Author Archives: Günter und Sissi
Antarctica made headlines not too long ago when a huge iceberg broke off and now is drifting off the continent. The one trillion ton iceberg, measuring 5,800 square km, calved away from the Larsen C Ice Shelf in Antarctica sometime between … Continue reading
If you plan a trip to Antarctica, do NOT skip South Georgia Island! It was the highlight of our trip by boat. If you are familiar with Sir Ernest Shackleton and the “Endurance” you have heard of it. On his … Continue reading
The Falkland Islands November 10. to November 27. 2017 Tourism is has grown steadily in the Antarctic region. The “Lindblad Explorer” first started taking a few interested people to these places in the late 1960s. I remember as a young … Continue reading
We have been working our way down the east side of the South American continent, pretty much following the main route to Ushuaia, veering off for a few days here and there. We camped along rivers, on beaches and twice … Continue reading
After we dropped off our camper at Sandra’s near Colonia in Uruguay in March 2016 we flew home for a break. The plan was to return after a few months to drive south to Ushuaia. The standard route for most … Continue reading
We are skipping winter in Patagonia and will continue our travels in October 2017. So long.