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A Day in Cartagena

By on January 10, 2017

Cartagena looks like it is straight out of a colourful children book.

Lonely Planet’s description of the city is spot on:
Cartagena is the undisputed queen of the Caribbean coast, a fairy-tale city of romance, legends and superbly preserved beauty lying within an impressive 13km of centuries-old colonial stone walls.
It is no surprise…



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Antarctica Argentina

Embarking on my Expedition to Antartica

By on July 31, 2016

After a lonely day in Ushuaia it was time to board the little red ship (AKA The MS Expedition) that would be taking me (and 133 other lucky people) to the great white icy mass at the bottom of the planet. We were going to Antarctica.

We boarded the bus…



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Back in Ushuaia

By on July 30, 2016

About a month earlier I had spend an afternoon in Ushuaia as my mother and I embarked on a thrilling rail journey to the end of the world…

Now I was back and about to board a ship to the real end of the world. Antarctica.

But I had a day in…

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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.