Monthly Archives: October 2011

“Why do you get to go to Antarctica?” FAQ time.

It’s often helpful, if you’re willing to follow someone’s published thoughts and adventures, to understand what they actually do and why they do it. As I briefly mention on my About me page, the next 3 (maybe 3 and a … Continue reading

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It’s what everyone’s talking about…

The frozen planet beautifully captured by the BBC, highlights better than I could in words, why such a landscape and the wildlife it’s home to is a worthy interest “beyond imagination”. (You can watch Frozen Planet on iPlayer) Featured in … Continue reading

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In the words of Plato “the beginning is the most important part”. I disagree.

I begin this blog at the start of a new episode in my life, moving 11,700 miles to the opposite side of the world, to theĀ antipodeĀ island of New Zealand (give or take 1000 miles). So what is New Zealand best … Continue reading

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