Monthly Archives: September 2010

Antarctic Glacier – Blue Ice

Just to the south of Browning Peninsula is Eyres Bay, and in Eyres Bay sits the tongue of the Vanderford Glacier. Almost 12 Km wide and jutting out from the coast some 6 – 8 Km. The Vanderford Glacier even … Continue reading

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Antarctica wildlife – Wilson’s Storm Petrel

When traveling Antarctica one of the most impressive sights is the abundance of bird life. One would think that Antarctica would be a baron ice desert, however that could not be further from the truth. The diversity and adaptability of … Continue reading

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Antarctica Iceberg Cruise

Icebergs are amazing to see, they are so majestic in their size, different shapes, and natural beauty. One of the things that is most impressive about Icebergs is that they only have one ninth of the actual mass showing above … Continue reading

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