- That one does not fall leaves
I proudly ripples in the tree tops, enjoying a golden under a tree, watching the floated down the brothers and sisters, Xiao Xiaoyou Xiao Xiao......
When the first gold Fengjin sweep, there is Posted by aliceriy in changbaishan | Nov 28, 2013
- Sailing, Sailing...Over the BOUNDING Main: The Drake PassageNo pictures to relay and very little news today.
We're still in the grip of the Drake Passage and although it's gotten a little better than yesterday — now and then — the breaking waves and spray seem to be the Posted by jeburns55 in Antarctica: End of the Earth Tour, 2007 | Nov 9, 2013
- We Bagged Our Third Penguin: S. Shetland Islands, Antartica
We woke up this morning to the delightful news that we have one more stop — Half Moon Island, home of a large rookery of Chinstrap penguins.
[img=http://photos.travellerspo Posted by jeburns55 in Antarctica: End of the Earth Tour, 2007 | Nov 9, 2013
- From Whence We Came: South Shetland Islands, AntarcticaLast night we began sailing away from the mainland and back toward the South Shetland Islands where we began our Antarctic adventures. The passage wasn't an easy one. When we got into our bunks, the heaving swells of the sea Posted by jeburns55 in Antarctica: End of the Earth Tour, 2007 | Nov 9, 2013
- Standing on the Mainland Once More: Graham Land, Antarctica
Another early start this morning, as we were in the second group to go ashore. Shortly after 8:00 a.m., our PolarCircl boat brought us to a small beach in Neko Harb Posted by jeburns55 in Antarctica: End of the Earth Tour, 2007 | Nov 9, 2013
- It Only Gets Better... (Graham Land, Antarctica)Today was the best yet. We hurried through breakfast so we could get up on deck and watch our cruise through the Lemaire Channel. First sighted by Eduard Dallman in 1873,this 7 mile long/1 mile wide channel is strikingly beautiful. Posted by jeburns55 in Antarctica: End of the Earth Tour, 2007 | Nov 9, 2013
- Penguin Party! Graham Land, Antarctica
This was THE DAY. We were up and fed by 8:00 a.m., because the first PolarCircl pulled out at 8:30 a.m. to land on Cuverville Island. Cuverville is home of to one of the largest Gento Posted by jeburns55 in Antarctica: End of the Earth Tour, 2007 | Nov 8, 2013
- The Unpredictable Antarctic: South Shetland IslandsThis morning we awoke to exciting news — we were nearly through the Drake Passage. It had been a very tolerable journey.
On our way out of the breakfast room, we spotted our first iceberg Posted by jeburns55 in Antarctica: End of the Earth Tour, 2007 | Nov 8, 2013
- an awesome trip I really enjoyed this trip to hawaii Posted by preeti idiot in An awesome trip | Aug 26, 2013
- South Georgia12th March and 13th March
We sailed across the South Scotia Sea for 2 days. Some of the first day of the crossing was a bit rough so we stayed close to our cabin. Our second day at sea could be Posted by shaneandnicola in Shane and Nicola's latest adventure | Mar 25, 2013
- Antarctica Part 28th March
This morning we awoke in anticipation, as we were to visit the flooded caldera of an Antarctic Volcano.
Before approaching Deception Island the sun was shining on the mountains, we were hoping that was a sign for the whole Posted by shaneandnicola in Shane and Nicola's latest adventure | Mar 24, 2013
- Antarctica Part 14th March
This morning we were due to fly 2 hours from Trelew to Ushuaia, however our flight had been cancelled. So we ended up flying from Trelew back to Buenos Aires and then Buenos Aires to Ushuaia. It was the Posted by shaneandnicola in Shane and Nicola's latest adventure | Mar 22, 2013
- Chapter #6: The White Continent - AntarcticaDear all,
I've been looking forward to write this post about what I consider the greatest adventure of my life. Yes, even better than the Galapagos. I had the luck to embark on a 12-days cruise to Antarctica, the white continent. Posted by jack87jack in Spinning around | Mar 20, 2013
- AntarcticaIt's almost impossible to describe Antarctica. The one word that stands out is simply incredible. Each day was a fantastic journey and I'm extremely happy that I made the decision to come.
I've been joking to folks that I've met Posted by BETHAU in Argentina/Antarctica 2013 | Mar 20, 2013
- Hotel Cancel (Outside Penalty)Greeting:
'How are you doing today?'
Discovery: Acknowledge & Empathize:
'"I'm sorry that you have to cancel but I'll be more than happy to assist you with your request"'
Discovery: Ask Clarifying and Posted by Jetzy's Crib in Verbiage Playbook | Feb 7, 2013
- Living The Good Life: Parting Shots of AntarcticaIt’s hard to believe I went to Antarctica. Who does that? As we were winding up our last days on the continent, my travel companion and I compared notes on how much we’ve worked this year. I’ve worked five and Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Nov 30, 2012
- The Elements of Antarctica
After much thought, I’ve decided I’m a struggling as a writer. I don’t know what adjectives to use when trying to describe the landscape of the Antarctic Peninsula and surrounding islands. My Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Nov 25, 2012
- Flight Verbiage #5 (Name Change/Name Correction)
BACKGROUND OF THE POLICY:
[quote][b]Prior to the 1970s American airports had minimal security arrangements to prevent aircraft hijackings. Measures were introduced sta Posted by Jetzy's Crib in Verbiage Playbook | Nov 24, 2012
- Flight Verbiage #5 (Booking or changing a flight itinerary)
Q: Why was I charged for a new flight when I tried to change my flight on your website?
[quote][Customer name], I apologize for the inconvenience Posted by Jetzy's Crib in Verbiage Playbook | Nov 24, 2012
- Antarctic DreamsAntarctic Dreams
It was somewhere near ten in the morning when my friend busted into my dark man cave. She beat my leg and announced, “Thom! THOM! Wake up. WAKE UP! I got the em Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Oct 21, 2012
- Voyage to Antarctica: Seabirds of the Drake Passage
My travel stories are normally laced with adventure in very historic pl Posted by Ramdas Iyer in Ramdas Iyer's- World Traveller Blogs | Oct 6, 2012
- Deception Island, Antarctic peninsula: A State of Mind
I have come a long way
to a distant place far far away
from where i used to live
and from what i used to do
it’s just a state of mind,
i tell myself
hoping to Posted by Ramdas Iyer in Ramdas Iyer's- World Traveller Blogs | Sep 29, 2012
- Birthday at SeaMy birthday is spent at sea but luckily the waters were calm. In the morning we had presentations on seals and Shackleton. In the afternoon I skipped the class on birds getting caught in fishing loors and geography Posted by ErinDriver in Drivers Touring Europe....and Beyond | Mar 12, 2012
- Paradise Bay
Last day in Antarctica but we get to spend it at Paradise Bay. There is a small Argentine base there but seems to be manned more with penguins than a Posted by ErinDriver in Drivers Touring Europe....and Beyond | Mar 11, 2012
- 700 photo day!
THE BEST TRAVEL DAY YET – and a 700 photo day!!! Today was the kind of day travelers dream about. Our wake up call was an announcement over the loudspeaker th Posted by ErinDriver in Drivers Touring Europe....and Beyond | Mar 10, 2012