As many of you know, I sailed off for Antarctica a month ago. On March 25, 2015, I got on the Ushuaia MV and set sail for Antarctica. My port city was Ushuaia, Argentina. The pictures begin in Ushuaia. What you’re getting ready to see is my journey along the way. My goal of seeing all seven continents by my 30th birthday has been reached, finished, accomplished, and yes, fulfilled. Thanks for your support along the way. They say that a picture is worth a thousand words, so enjoy this visual essay.
The French Biologist/Educator/Angel
This kind man was a blessing to me while I was in Ushuaia, Argentina. He’s a French biologist and had just returned from Antarctica. Upon his return, he stayed in my hostel and gave me his pants and jacket for my upcoming trip to the seventh continent. Then he bought this journal for me for my adventure. Such a kind man!
I shared this cabin with two other ladies. One was from Israel and the other was from Oklahoma.
I tried to learn the game, but I just couldn’t grasp it. Watching them play while listening to gospel music was enough for me.
South Africa, Argentina, & America
Remarkable educators and globetrotters from Florida.
These next pictures were taken by my friend Andres from Columbia.
My new bud, Andres, from Columbia. He took all of these cool pix. I miss this guy!
Andres – Columbia, Sarah – South Korea, Moon – South Korea. Such an incredible group of world travelers! Check out Sarah & Moon’s blogs! blog.naver.com/itonu blog.naver.com/nice_sseori
Andres taught me how to salsa, Columbian style!
This gentleman was one of the best servers on the ship. He was so warm!
In the snow it says, “seven by 30.”
In this shot I’m reading Psalm 104, thanks to @travelingblackwidow who left it in the description of her Antarctica pictures. Love this chapter! Read it and share the wealth.
Andres thought I was looking for WiFi in Antarctica.
Had great conversations with so many people on the ship. Nick, for one, was definitely a joy to have around.
Two bloggers, Chris & Kris
See ya later, Antarctica!
And if you’re going to go to Antarctica, be sure to take a dip in the frigid waters. I couldn’t pass it up. Check us out in the video below!