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About lvog

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    United States
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    Travel. Reading, Gardening
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Seabourn, Viking, Oceania
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  1. Thanks to Ken G, we ordered our Parka’s and rented our boots through the link he provided. Very easy.
  2. Ken G, Thank you for this information. It’s extremely helpful. Yes. I am a photographer. I use a Nikon D3200 for the last 5 years. We travel frequently and can’t imagine not documenting my trips. Again, thanks for the web site.
  3. Ken G, I will be on Seabourn Quest a month after you traveling to Antarctica from Buenos Aires. I have a question unrelated to photography. I’ve booked various excursions but see nothing on the Seabourn web page regarding the rental of boots which I know is recommended. Did you receive a separate notification assuming you have also rented?
  4. Kayaking is $295 pp for any Antarctica stops. I have some experience getting in and out of a dry suit from rafting in Iceland. Big pain in the neck.
  5. High planes drifter, Thank you for the above information. Very helpful and very much enjoyed your photo’s. I’ll give the kayaking a try and will keep my fingers crossed that I don’t fall into the drink.🙄
  6. We will be going on the 21 day Antarctic cruise in February 2020. We will rent the boots as suggested. When ordering, should it be your actual foot size or slightly larger? Is it advisable to kayak if you have no prior experience in kayaking? I’m fairly agile, are poles really necessary at all when on land? Thanks.
  7. Thank you all for your suggestions. Will act on right away.
  8. We are booked for the 21 day Antarctica voyage that starts in Buenos Aires and ends in Santiago this coming February. We need guidance in the “must do” excursions on the days not sailing. Thanks for your assistance.
  9. Do you know when the new Venture is scheduled to begin cruising?
  10. Thank you all for this information.
  11. During a Carribean Cruise a year ago, I recall a special luncheon tour through the galley with food stations. Was this a special occasion or something to look forward too in a future cruise?
  12. If you take the local cruise company that includes a fjord tour and the hike up Pulpit Rock it requires 2 hours up and 2 hours down. Plus the trip by boat requires about another 3 hours. The total is about 7 hours or so. It really depends how long you are in port, weather conditions and departure time and return of the local cruise company.
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