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#1
Canberra Australia
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Joined Jul 2009
Hello,

I have just done an amazing trip to the High Arctic. I didn't do it here as it's not the Antarctic - I'm Bipolar now! But thought some people might be interested anyway.


Iceland Greenland, Svalbard and Franz Josef Land. Lots of photos as always.

RainaTravels dot com then go to the tab for The High Arctic 2017

Cheers.






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#2
Nova Scotia Canada
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Joined Feb 2009
I am hoping to be bi-polar too. Thanks for posting this and it does seem reasonable to put it here. I am holding out till I can afford the much more expensive expeditions to the Canadian High Arctic.
#3
Oslo, Norway
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Joined Aug 2006
I just finished my first Arctic expedition cruise to Svalbard and northeast Greenland. Would love to visit Franz Joseph Land at some point!

How far north did you get?
#4
Canberra Australia
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Joined Jul 2009
Originally posted by kaisatsu
I just finished my first Arctic expedition cruise to Svalbard and northeast Greenland. Would love to visit Franz Joseph Land at some point!

How far north did you get?
It was amazing. We got up to 80° 21.23′ N055° 50.14′ E. To 80° 21.23′ N055° 50.14′ E
To the remains of camp Baldwin and to
Matilde Island.

Who did you travel with?
Greenland is so spectacular.
Raina
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I don't have a bucket list! A bucket is much too small. I have a '44 Gallon Drum List!'

BLOGS -
I blog my trips. They can be found here RainaTravels.com Many of them are cruise trips.


6 continents on a Royal ship.
7 continents on a cruise ship.

Visited 78 countries. Still a long way to go!

P
#5
Oslo, Norway
1,585 Posts
Joined Aug 2006
Originally posted by AussieVisi2r
It was amazing. We got up to 80° 21.23′ N055° 50.14′ E. To 80° 21.23′ N055° 50.14′ E
To the remains of camp Baldwin and to
Matilde Island.

Who did you travel with?
Greenland is so spectacular.
Raina
We did this trip with G Adventures.