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Clyde Whitehand
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Day 1 Offas Dyke Walk - We are in Wales
Day 1 Offas Dyke Walk - We are in Wales
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More Galapagos
The animals on Galapagos, although looking threatening, were harmless and not scared of people. The Land and Marine Iguanas were common on certain Islands but and we were able, although a little hesitantly at first, to walk between the many Iguanas that lay...
More Galapagos
More Galapagos
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Galapagos Sealife
Our boat was the Anahi a large catamaran with 16 passengers and 9 crew. We were on board for 8 days and visited the following Islands: Santa Cruz Isabella Santiago Fernandina Rabida North Seymour  We had the opportunity to see nearly all the unique species ...
Galapagos Sealife
Galapagos Sealife
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Jump Forward To The Galapagos Islands
Although we are still behind in the Antarctic Blog, we have actually completed our sail around the Galapagos Islands and are now resting in the Galapagos for a few days before heading home. The Galapagos was one highlight after another, it started slow and ...
Jump Forward To The Galapagos Islands
Jump Forward To The Galapagos Islands
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Crossing The Antarctic Circle
As its impossible to find the time to keep a chronological diary I will now fast track the adventures, but still share the amazing sights through pictures. Today we awoke to the crossing of the Antarctic Circle, the weather was clear and we were weaving our...
Crossing The Antarctic Circle
Crossing The Antarctic Circle
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Day 5 - Scenery aplenty and the Lemaire Channel
The day was mainly about cruising through the ice and a landing to complete the day. We past through the narrow Lemaire Channel, its amazing ships can navigate these narrow passages until you go to the bridge and learn the water is over 200 metre deep only ...
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