Cruising Antarctica is the newest experience for travelers. Sailing on luxury ocean liners or smaller expedition boats it is an experience not to be missed.
There once was a time when vacations were two weeks at the beach or mountains and an ultimate trip was a whirlwind tour of Europe. Those were our parents holidays, now experienced travelers are looking for longer and more exotic adventures and travel companies are eager to help. Use the links below to visit someContinue reading “Get Out There – Even Farther Out There”
Stanley the Capital of the Falkland Islands Growing in popularity with cruise ships, the Falkland Islands are located over a thousand miles east of Argentina. The archipelago consists of two main and 776 smaller islands. The capital is Stanley on East Falkland which is home to a majority of the nation’s three thousand residents. TheContinue reading “Port of Call Stanley, The Falkland Islands”
A Trip To The End Of The Earth Occupying a land area about the size of the United States and Mexico combined, Antarctica is the highest, driest, coldest, windiest and brightest place on Earth. It is completely covered by a layer of ice that averages more than one mile thick, but is nearly three milesContinue reading “A Day In Antarctica”
A Cruise To The Lonely Continent It is easy to be overwhelmed but will offer a series of observations and many more images soon…
Going Off-Grid for 3 to 4 Weeks Visiting Iguazú Falls in Argentina, Elephant Island Antarctica, The Faulklands, Patagonia and a couple of big cities along the way. See you on the other side. In researching this trip we have every reason to believe that other than a few days in Buenus Aries and Montoviedo we willContinue reading “Iguazú Falls, Elephant Island Antarctica, The Faulklands, Patagonia…”