Antarctica Chronicles

The story of how a father and daughter made it to the bottom of the world, Antarctica.  Starting from Ushuaia, Argentina we spent 2 days crossing the infamous Drake Passage and 8 days cruising around Antarctica.  And if you are wondering,  “What exactly do you do on the ship all day?” then read this series as I describe the various things to do on Antarctica – including kayking with penguins, and taking a polar plunge!  Read from the beginning as we start our journey leaving South Dakota full of anticipation.

See my Ultimate Antarctica Packing List

Antarctica packing is much more than just ensuring you have warm clothes!  Before you go, make sure you have all of these Antarctica items!

Posts In This Series:

Antarctica Preparation and Planning

Posted by on September 25, 2012

expedition Trips

Paperwork is everywhere stacked upon the table, I’m sorting through websites and blogs to learn about Argentina, airfares, hotels, excursions, visas, and trying to locate places on maps. On top of it I’m on hold with the my insurance company to ensure I have the proper travel coverage. I hate hold music. My dad is […]

Iguazu Falls Argentina in Photos

Posted by on December 14, 2012

Devils Throat Iguazu Falls Argentina

Iguazu Falls – it may not be the biggest, the tallest, or the most powerful – but it is the most impressive waterfall I’ve seen. And I’m someone who isn’t particularly thrilled by waterfalls – and I have no idea why.  They just don’t thrill me like a mountain does or a vast open landscape […]

Travels with my Father

Posted by on January 10, 2013

Dad looking at an Antarctica photography book

“What percentage of the world’s population do you think gets to see this?”  dad asks while standing on deck surrounded by Antarctica and its snow covered peaks and icebergs. “I don’t know dad – a very small percentage I guess.” I reply. After a slight pause – he says ” They should all see it.” […]