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A Morning Penguin-Watching on Brown Bluff in Antartica

By on August 17, 2016

It was our first morning waking up in Antartica on the G Adventures ‘MS Expedition’ ship. And the sunrise was unbelievable. Pink and purple hues cracked over the shoreline, seals floated past on icebergs and whales circled the ship. It was magical.

The reflections of Antartica’s looming coastline were perfectly…

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Setting Foot on Antarctica: Penguin Island

By on August 17, 2016

When I was a child I remember thinking to myself ‘how cool would it be to visit every continent’…

I soon realised that one continent is an icy mass that no human being natively lives on. My childish dream was dead.

But as I got older I started to hear more…

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Crossing Drakes Passage (Again)

By on August 13, 2016

The notorious Drakes Passage. The place where the rough seas can dislodge furniture, footsteps and even the most hardened stomach from its moorings.

It is basically the natural way of entering a washing machine.

For those of you who didn’t listen in primary school history and geography lessons, the Drake Passage is the treacherous stretch…

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Kat Knapp

Hello! I am a 22-year old Australian currently training to be a pilot and studying journalism and sociology I have visited 69 countries across all 7 continents and love to explore. Here is where I share my adventures.

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