Arctic Svalbard – Polar Wildlife
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Arctic Svalbard – Polar Wildlife

Spending a fortnight in the Arctic, midway between the North Pole and continental Norway, is an unforgettable experience. The main motivation for the 1,000 or so visitors who board an expedition ship each summer, to journey into uncharted territory on the High Arctic seas, is the wildlife; namely, the polar bears. During my 11-day voyage, … Continue reading

Arctic Expedition – Preparation for Polar explorations!
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Arctic Expedition – Preparation for Polar explorations!

ARCTIC EXPEDITION (Photo courtesy of G Adventures) In a few days’ time, I will be journeying to the ‘Top of the World’ – The Arctic! I’ll be searching for polar bears, walrus, seals, Arctic fox, Beluga whales and more, across glaciers, fjords, ice tundra and through the Arctic seas. In prelude to the Arctic expedition, … Continue reading

L’ALLEE DES BAOBABS, MADAGASCAR
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L’ALLEE DES BAOBABS, MADAGASCAR

A highlight of my time in Madagascar was Baobab Alley / Avenue of the Baobabs or ‘L’Allee des Baobabs / L’Avenue des Baobabs.’ The site fills postcards and brochure covers of Madagascar, often used as a symbol of the country. The baobab trees are 800+ years old. Many Malagasy worship them as connections to their ancestors. … Continue reading