What Daily Life Is Like On A Cruise To Antarctica at LandLopers
Many people also aren’t familiar with expedition style cruising, so I wanted to take a few moments to provide you with an honest look at what daily life on a cruise to Antarctica is really life.
Rates may not be the lowest with GigSky — the cheapest appears to be around $0.10 a megabyte — but the idea here is to remove the hassle. There’s no need to choose a 3G or 4G network and buy a SIM card for it at every new destination: Just buy one SIM for $19.95, pop it in your device and hit the road.
INTERVIEW: National Geographic Photographer Peter Essick on Our Beautiful, Fragile World at Green Global Travel
What separates a great photograph from a good one? It’s usually small things. Sometimes it’s just a matter of being there at the precise time with the right lighting. From an environmental photograph, I think you want a picture that makes you ask questions and think about the natural world.
Has New Orleans Recovered? at Huffington Post
We live every day with reminders of the hurricane, from the wreckage of buildings, to the continued presence of FEMA markings, to the fact that eight years later, we are only now beginning to rebuild our public schools. We got the message that the nation’s government did not officially desire to help us (although the people of the nation certainly did), and this as much as anything has coalesced us as a city. Yet we still struggle to rebuild our properties, and in many cases, our lives.
The Grandeur of the Munich Residenz at The World Is a Book
The Munich Residenz started out as a castle in 1385 and evolved into a government seat and residence of Bavarian royalty from 1508 to 1918. It was heavily damaged during World War II but luckily, many of the masterpieces and treasures were safely moved elsewhere. … Today, it is one of Bavaria’s largest complex of museums, gardens, courtyards and monuments.