Sir Ranulph Fiennes Explorer And Charlie Burton (left With Prince Charles Aboard Benjimin Bowring On The Thames Near Greenwich. The Last Few Miles Up To Greenwich With The Crowds Cheering And Prince Charles At The Wheel Were The Easy Ones. But When T

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Geoffrey White/Daily Mail/REX (1032203a) Sir Ranulph Fiennes Explorer And Charlie Burton (left With Prince Charles Aboard Benjimin Bowring On The Thames Near Greenwich. The Last Few Miles Up To Greenwich With The Crowds Cheering And Prince Charles At The Wheel Were The Easy Ones. But When The Battered Anchor Of The Ice-breaker Ship Benjamin Bowing Splashed Down Into The Thames Yesterday It Was The Other 35 000 Miles Sir Fiennes Was Thinking About. Three Years Almost To The Day Since He Left Greenwich This Most Eccentrically English Of Englishmen Came Home With His Trans-globe Expedition Having Circled The World By Both North And South Poles. Sir Ranulph Fiennes Explorer And Charlie Burton (left With Prince Charles Aboard Benjimin Bowring On The Thames Near Greenwich. The Last Few Miles Up To Greenwich With The Crowds Cheering And Prince Charles At The Wheel Were The Easy Ones. But When T