Eleven of us took part and had a fantastic time walking through London at night, visiting some amazing buildings and generally keeping one another motivated and smiling.
The most amazing stories were shared as we chatted to people along the route and to people we met at Maggie's Centre at the ten mile halfway point.
We were moved and inspired by our fellow night hikers and proud to havesupported such a great charity.
Our own Sandra 'Girl of Steel' Mujagic was celebrating 20 years of living in London by walking 20 miles through it- what a way to thank the city that's been such a happy home for her and her family!
We had achy knees and moments of doubt but we also had nerves of steel, stiff sinews and a sense of purpose- an unbeatable combination!
We caught amazing views like this one from the very top of City Hall (and walked nine flights of stairs too!) and took in every moment to create fantastic memories.
It was tough at times, but we kept going, remembering that we made a promise to Maggie's and our sponsors and had something to prove to ourselves too.
We signed a board with motivational messages for fellow night hikers at the Royal Insitute of British Architects and added our memories of loved ones to a candlelit heart created in front of Horseguards Parade.
We were motivated by cheers from volunteers on the route and the kindness of fellow hikers who looked out for each other as we trekked onwards. We achieved as a team and on a personal level, and made a difference to Maggie's and the people they support.
Mostly, we laughed a LOT.
In fact, we are already sounding one another out about doing it all again next year...
So I suppose we'd like to ask..
... Why don't you join us?
The Roll of Honour (L-R):
Almir 'Magic Man' Mujagic
Sandra 'Girl of Steel' Mujagic
Mihaela 'Queen of the Night' Caniparu
'Amazin' Andy Mildner
Ieva 'The Pavement Annihilator' Mildner
Elvis 'The Hiking King' Caniparu
'Get Down' Dave Brown
Niki 'I HAVE to tweet this!' Rosenbaum
Steve 'SuperMotivator' McGrane
'Fearless' Frank Bastow
Nimesh 'Nighthawk' Bharadia