Our Blog: Life in Antarctica
Unfortunately, 5-star, luxury hotels are hard to come by in Antarctica. Instead, our team uses Arcs (or living modules) for all their comfort and home space needs.
With a heavy heart I see five of my expedition friends shrink to pixels and vanish through the Twin-Otter window.
Seven everyday things that are strange when returning from Antarctica.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to try to leave Antarctica? It's not as easy as it seems!
After unloading all of our gear from the ship on Dec 26th, on Dec 27th we left the ship to head inland.
Our short time in Cape Town was spent discussing the upcoming work and rounding up last minute items.
“An army marches on it’s stomach” the famous quote attributed to Napoleon Bonaparte resonates well beyond the military.
Previous blogs have covered exactly what we achieved during the 2 months of field work in Antarctica, the challenges faced, and how we...
Due to the weather making us wait over a week for our flight out from Wasa, with very little work to do, we were all ready and eager to come home.
This morning was an early start after an extremely busy afternoon and late night yesterday.
And so, both Christmas and the boat arrived. We had an early Christmas service on Christmas Eve and unloaded the boat from the edge of the ice shelf.
In this post we will look at the process of building the trucks.
Antarctica is not a small place, with an area of about 14 million square km it is about twice the size of Australia.