Showing posts with label Antarctica. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Antarctica. Show all posts

Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Antarctica : Our Experience of the Coldest Continent on Earth

A Few Hours on the Land of Ice: Antarctica

Almost halfway through our Southern Ocean crossing on board SV Infinity, we were lucky enough to step foot on the southernmost continent. AA was steering with Gabo when he noticed what we though was an iceberg but turned out to be land: ANTARCTICA!!!!

Monday, 14 April 2014

Sailing the Southern Ocean

66 days at sea : Crossing the Pacific on board SV Infinity

We left on board the sailing vessel Infinity in the night of January 31st. We said our goodbyes to dry land for what was an estimate of 8 weeks at sea. We didn't know what to expect or even the basics of being on a sailboat.

Wednesday, 22 January 2014

The most epic adventure ever!

Sydney, Australia

The walk from our hostel in Kuala Lumpur to the station was not that easy as the sidewalk sometimes disappear all of the sudden. We made it to the station and into the shuttle bus. It left a few minutes late, but we arrived early enough as there was no traffic in the early morning hours. We checked-in and went through real security this time. Our eight-hour long flight was uneventful and we arrived on time in Sydney.

On our first day in Sydney, we woke up around lunch time, thanks to our jet lagged bodies. We spend the day visiting some of the touristic sites. We walked towards the old Sydney and the Opera house. The city is very nice, clean and modern. The port is also beautiful.

Sydney Skyline