Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Oh wont you stay, just a little bit longer

The news machine has been a tad quiet over the last few weeks, and for that we apologise ! but we have been so busy having fun and seeing Antarctica in only the best possible, that its been hard to find the correct words to discribe how 5 different nationalities have seen the frozen South.

So lets try a different way of reporting, and take from each on board their reactions to the south.

Peter from Bonheiden in Belgium: schitterend, subliem continent , een stilte en pracht om nooit te vergeten.

Lyn from Fremantle Western Australia: More than magnificent, an unbeliveable and unforgetable experience

Giorgina from Milan Italy : un viaggio estremo agli estremi del mondo, immenso, grandioso, senza pieta'.....sentendosi in tana, protetti e sicuri. indimenticabile

Eirik from Oslo Norway : Et utrolig kontinent som jeg bare har sett en liten prosent av. Likevel har jeg sett langt mer enn forventet. Et minne for livet som svaert faa foer oppleve. De som gjoer, er heldige.

Audrey from Paris France: La 1ere fois, le paysage vous bluffe, la 2eme fois vous commencez a ouvrir les yeux et a en apprecier les details, vivement la prochaine!

Marco from Milan Italy: magnifica ed indescrivibile se non venendoci...... sinetizzo con ludico acronimo:ANTARCTICA: Awesome Nature Tremendous Adventure Remains Certainly Truly Inside : Come Again!

John from Darwin Australia: From 1 of the best Arenas in Patagonia to the Pitt of the Islands there was no Deception in the forecast(le) weather, so I must pen(a gen)guin re-marc 'O'yes before my words 'peter' out. Truly magnificent trip, weather, crew, guests, yacht and scenery!

Francesca from Milan Italy: ti tramortisce con il suo candore, il suo silenzio, i suoi buffi abitanti... posso tornare l'anno prossimo?

Valeria from Milan Italy; La prima volta pensavo ci fossero solo i bianchi ed i neri ma....adesso l'ho vista anche in technicolor!! No words!

Stephen from Beauty Point Tasmania: A top trip, one of the best.

As you can see 5 nationalities can live in harmony, especially in one of the most harmonious and beauitfully untouched parts left here in the world.

More expedition news to come as we re-cross the Drakes Passage.


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