The World’s Most Remote Island: Two Hours On Tristan Da Cunha

It seems as though I am ticking off bucket-lister’s quicker than I can add them, visiting the world’s most remote inhabited island, Tristan Da Cunha, wasn’t even a place I knew existed until I joined this boat. A lot has happened since we left the vast, icy waters of Antarctica and returned back to the…

The Antarcticles: Seals New Album- Chunky, Yet Funky

We are surrounded by ice for as far as I can see. I keep my curtains closed because the glare can blind you, but when I dress up nice and warm, pop my sunglasses on and head outside I am welcomed by a sea of brilliant, solid white. The air here is so clean, pure…

Antarctica Departure Day: Heading For The Ice

I don’t think it’s possible to have a more stressful start to a trip. For my flight I was told I needed to be there 4 hours before the departure time (bit keen) and that check in would close 3 hours before departure. I would be flying to The Falklands via Cape Verde, a total…

Pre-Falklands Thoughts

Today was my last day in England for a while, my last day to cook myself a tasty lunch and go for a walk with my mum, my last day to look at the trees, the grass and the flowers. I fly for the Falklands tonight, and it’s only just really dawned on me what…