South Pole

South Pole, Antarctica

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South Pole Travel Blogs (69)
No turning back, South Pole, Antarctica travel blog

No turning back

A travel blog entry by newtripper

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... shout went up when we saw what we guessed was an iceberg!.    Thankfully our captain was most experienced flying in Antarctica, and we carried a meteorologist on board, as well as our expert who had wintered in the Antarctic wilds at least 3 ...

End of the earth  - the white continent, South Pole, Antarctica travel blog

End of the earth - the white continent

A travel blog entry by chooseysuzy

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... they have had yet, snow or not. It was sunny and calm winds. Greg's new friends are freshman, sophomore, junior and Greg, the senior. They are referring to themselves as Antarctica High School. We saw a school of humpback whales in the ...

God Blessed us with an amazing day, South Pole, Antarctica travel blog

God Blessed us with an amazing day

A travel blog entry by chooseysuzy

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... can use in his suitcase, hot chocolate in the main lounge, having it snow four separate times today (which is incredibly rare in Antarctica), and the announcement that we will be the first and only ship to CROSS THE ANTARCTIC CIRCLE, he changed his mind. ...

Crossing the Antarctic Circle-Penguin encounter, South Pole, Antarctica travel blog

Crossing the Antarctic Circle-Penguin encounter

A travel blog entry by chooseysuzy

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... We sailed to Detaille Island, which is east of Adelaide Island and took a short Zodiac ride to the island. This was the first stop south of the Circle and the first time we touched land since our long walk from King George Island. On the island, we saw a ...

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The South Pole

The South Pole

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South Pole, Antarctica