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  • Je commence mon expéditionBonjour mes adorables amis. Bienvenue sur mon blog de voyage. J'aimerais que vous sachiez tous que je ne voyage que pour trouver le riz de la plus haute qualité que cette planète puisse offrir. Selon la rumeur, la France abrite certains Posted by Oncle Ben in Mes voyages en France | Apr 5, 2019
  • Iceberg Alley[center][/center] [center][/center] [center]Up early to cruise Lemaire Channel[/center] Plan ‘A’ for t Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Mar 15, 2019
  • Brown Station and Damoy PointWednesday 6th March dawned as the coldest day so far at just 0.5 degree Celsius and with zero wind - apparently a very rare event - and as this information was being relayed to us the ship passed a huge Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Mar 15, 2019
  • The Mainland!Gone at last were the fog, the grey skies, the wind and the rain. Instead the day welcomed us with azure blue skies, light winds and calm seas - beautiful. A couple of days ago those of us interested received Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Mar 15, 2019
  • Yankee Harbour & Whalers' Bay[center][/center] [center]Elephant Seal[/center] Day 17 of our trip was another bleak, wet and windy day that saw MS Fram complete the overnight sailing from our previous landing site t Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Mar 15, 2019
  • Land Ahoy![center][/center] [center]Land ahoy![/center] After more sailing in more fog, we were getting getting steadily closer to the South Shetland Islands; situat Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Mar 14, 2019
  • Drake Passage[center][/center]We woke early on the morning of Saturday 2nd March to a very calm, extremely grey, Drake Passage shrouded in fog. As we steamed steadily southwards ahead of a moderate northerly wind, the crew and expedition staff constantly Posted by FablesAndYarns in Furnace to Freezer! | Mar 14, 2019
  • Ushuaia boundSadly the last day on board the MS G Explorer. The day went by in a blur .... a talk about Shackleton, packing away the tents that had been washed down, disembarkation briefing etc. As we sailed away Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 27, 2018
  • Rock ‘n rollThe plan for today was to sail to The Melchior Islands as the forecast looked favourable and there were a few sheltered spots where we could drop anchor. Blue skies, fluffy clouds and calmer conditions greeted us on Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 27, 2018
  • Taking the plunge Our original plans had changed to keep us ahead of a bad weather front that was on its way, so we sailed to Dallman Bay where indeed we were met by calmer waters. The weather was perfect, even more Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 27, 2018
  • I guess a shags out of the questionMore penguins today as we again split into two groups as you can only have 100 people on land at any one time. I was in the first group to land on Jougla Point where I enjoyed more time Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 25, 2018
  • More Penguin PornWhat a magnificent adventure it had been sleeping out on the ice to the sounds of Antarctica, especially the ice calvings. I’d had a few hours sleep but before long Mario was waking us up which meant it was Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 23, 2018
  • Tales of WhalesNothing will ever adequately describe today. I’m at a loss for the right words as they all seem so insignificant, as do I amongst this incredibly beautiful landscape. Neither do the photos do justice to the view but Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 23, 2018
  • Land AhoyAnother calm morning on Drakes Passage and it appeared that we had continued to make great progress overnight and were expected at arrive at Half Moon Island (part of the Southern Shetland Isles) around midday, half a day ahead of Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 23, 2018
  • Up Drakes PassageContinuing through Drakes Passage proved less problematic than expected and was becoming to be called Drakes Lake as it was relatively calm. However the ship still rolled up, down and side-to-side like a roller coaster and I’ve never seen Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 23, 2018
  • Heave ho me hearties!Big day today as we set sail, destination Antarctica and the journey of a lifetime. The morning was spent doing some last minute shopping and generally getting ready to board. I felt like a small child at Christmas Posted by Tread in Finding Pablo | Dec 23, 2018
  • Antarctica Ice Fields [float=left]One of the most fascinating days aboard the Silver Cloud. Captain took us into an area of large icebergs and circled one of the larger so all the passengers who wanted pictures could Posted by rorndorff in Bucket List -Antarctica | Nov 30, 2018
  • CONVERSE x VIRGIL ABLOH CHUCK 70 lanzado oficialmenteEl lanzamiento de la serie The Ten es sin duda una nueva fuerza para el mundo de las zapatillas de deporte. La colección de marca conjunta de Nike Inc. y Off-White incluye 10 zapatos clásicos Nike, Jordan y Converse. Nueve Posted by calzado2018 in calzado2018 | Nov 29, 2018
  • Exploring Hope Bay & Brown's BluffAfter about 24 hours of navigating the interior waters of the Antarctic peninsula we arrived at Brown's bluff about 11AM. The captain decided to go past Hope bay to Brown's bluff in anticipation Posted by rorndorff in Bucket List -Antarctica | Nov 27, 2018
  • Antarctica ExpeditionWe survived the 36 hour passage across the famous Drake Channel. I did fairly well, and am hopeful for another smooth (as it gets for the Drake) return passage. We actually arrived early into the King George Island Posted by rorndorff in Bucket List -Antarctica | Nov 26, 2018
  • Day 10 - glaciers from above and below [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/937514/12348_1493248439590.jpg thumb=https://photos.traveller Posted by alyssa_ob in Antarctica 2017 | Feb 9, 2017
  • Day 11 - island of fog [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/937514/12348_14932502471762.jpg thumb=https://photos.travelle Posted by alyssa_ob in Antarctica 2017 | Feb 10, 2017
  • Day 11 - Elephant Seals [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/937514/12348_1493251244999.jpg thumb=https://photos.travellersp Posted by alyssa_ob in Antarctica 2017 | Feb 10, 2017
  • Day 12 - The Drake Passage lives up to its reputation [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/937514/12348_14932524969246.jpg thumb=https://photos.travelle Posted by alyssa_ob in Antarctica 2017 | Feb 11, 2017
  • Day 8 am - Hydrurga Rocks kayaking [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/937514/a44e4d70-a489-11e8-8cea-bd8b07caed76.jpg thumb=https:/ Posted by alyssa_ob in Antarctica 2017 | Feb 7, 2017
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