Dec 05, 2018 - National Geographic Orion
We bid adieu to our life in the Antarctic and began our journey home. As a mid-morning activity, we had Frühschoppen on the back deck. Frühschoppen is a German tradition, to meet up with people for a drink and food before midday. Head chef
The naturalists wouldn’t dare let us leave the ship without sharing all of the knowledge of the area that they possibly could, so the rest of our day was filled with lectures and recaps. We learned that the Undersea Program is unique to Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic. Despite common misconceptions, the underwater world of the Southern Ocean is incredibly vibrant and exploding with life. These icy waters are the perfect environment for an abundance of phytoplankton, which
Days at sea are the perfect opportunity to get to know National Geographic crew a little better. After Kevin was done serving us Bloody Marys, we chatted with him about his history of dance (after the crew show, we all knew Kevin was an awesome dancer!). Kevin first started dancing on stage at age five at a local Pilipino festival. At 13, he joined a hip-hop dance group. It was in this group that he learned most of his moves and skills. From 13-18 he
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