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Traveler Story: Paradise in Antarctica

Traveler Story: Paradise in Antarctica

Natural Habitat Adventures July 16, 2018 1

“A bank of fog lingered far off in the distance along the Antarctic Peninsula, leaving us with sunshine and blue skies on the morning of a day that would turn out to be one

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Salty Asterix of the Antarctic Seas | Olaf’s Corner

Salty Asterix of the Antarctic Seas | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver June 14, 2018 0

It was a dark and stormy night in the northern Antarctic Ocean… We were two days out of Port Stanley in the Falklands and the freezing wind ripped through the mast rigging. Our 65-foot

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Video: When Earth Was Warmer than We Have Ever Known

Video: When Earth Was Warmer than We Have Ever Known

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 10, 2018 0

Close your eyes and picture a vivid green, lush rain forest that’s teeming with life. If I asked you where you imagined you were, your answer would probably be something like the Amazon or

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Fossil Finds and Penguin Packs: Final Frontiers Still Found on Earth

Fossil Finds and Penguin Packs: Final Frontiers Still Found on Earth

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 6, 2018 3

When you look at the immense footprints humans have left on this planet, it might lead you to conclude that we’ve trod, explored and exploited almost every inch of it; that there is nothing

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Emoji: the New Language of Adventure and Travel Writing?

Emoji: the New Language of Adventure and Travel Writing?

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 13, 2018 0

In case you can’t read the sentence in the image above, I’ll translate it for you: “I love the snows of Antarctica and the glaciers of Greenland. And so, my adventures in ice began.”

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The Heroic Age of Exploration and Our Not-So-Gutsy Times

The Heroic Age of Exploration and Our Not-So-Gutsy Times

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 16, 2018 0

Big dreams of adventure were not uncommon in the late 1800s and early 1900s, a time known as the Heroic Age of Polar Exploration. But one adventurer may have taken such aspirations to the

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