Thanks, West, and I'll post more soon!Very nice. Lets' see some more.
Thank you, Ivan!What a super report Lyndee. Great pictures. I love the blue ice on heavy sky moody pictures, and I see you discovered Noah's Arc.. What was you camping experience going to entail had it not been cancelled? Pitch your own tent and fend for yourself?.... or chef and foot maid supplied?
Thank you, Bob! Honestly, I would do Antarctica again in a heartbeat, but there are soooo many other places I would like to visit. So while a return trip will come, it may have to wait a bit!Wonderful Lyndee...I can hear the joy in your write up.
Congratulations on having the courage to fulfill your dreams. Now....you have to do the 7 continents again.....this time in reverse for a change.
I am truly humbled, Randy; thank you sooo much! And you should go!!Just wow wow wow
The story and the pics
You should work for them as an ambassador
Or as a travel writer
You may have sold me
LOLOL!Great photo's Lyndee! What an experience it must have been.
Don't give up on the chef, show him these pictures and he'll succumb!
Thanks, Wally - I really appreciate it!Wow, what an incredible experience you must have had Lyndee.
Just loved you description of your trip and the experience of the cruise as how well looked after you were by the crew.
Sorry about the marriage rejection, but hey, his loss... BTW, great photos, looking forward to seeing more...
Yes, indeed, Nick. Lyndee's experience reminds me of when I was on assignment in Sydney, and was overwhelmed by an attractive Irish lass who just happened to co-own my favorite Irish pub with her husband. With her drop dead gorgeous looks and Irish accent, I was a goner. No doubt, revenue seriously dropped when I completed my assignment and returned home.Don, the chef was a 5-star looker
Truly, it was an incredible experience, wasn't it?We need to see more images!! Please! I was in Antarctica in 2010 - it was the trip of a lifetime and somewhere I'd wanted to go for decades. I never tire of seeing images from there especially as I'm not likely to go back - sooo many other parts of the world to see, including the Arctic!
LOLOL!!!Yes, indeed, Nick. Lyndee's experience reminds me of when I was on assignment in Sydney, and was overwhelmed by an attractive Irish lass who just happened to co-own my favorite Irish pub with her husband. With her drop dead gorgeous looks and Irish accent, I was a goner. No doubt, revenue seriously dropped when I completed my assignment and returned home.