Voyages have the same starting and ending point, but the experience in between is always unique. Expedition Leader Alison Kirk-Lauritsen describes how embracing the unexpected is part of the legacy—and excitement—of expedition travel.
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Why The Terror Is Still the Scariest Show on TV
The Terror follows two English ships as they try to find a way across the Arctic, looking for the Northwest Passage. Based on the true story of Captain Sir John Franklin's lost expedition and ...
Going places: Black Friday, Cyber Monday bring gift of travel within reach
Travel Features Syndicate, goingplacesfarandnear.com There can be nothing more full of hope and promise for the future in this holiday season for a traveler than a gift that speaks to that wanderlust.
Hurtigruten Partners with Uplift to Offer U.S. Customers Flexible Payment Options to Make Future Travel Plans
Hurtigruten, the world leader in expedition travel, is partnering with Uplift, the leading Buy Now, Pay Later solution for travel, to provide guests with a new and flexible way to pay over time for ...
The North And South Poles Have Become The Ultimate Travel Bucket List: Here’s How To Get There
Additionally, expedition ... the Northwest Passage across the Canadian Arctic from the Atlantic to the Pacific and the Northeast Passage across the Russian Arctic. Russia has also opened travel ...
How the Scots built: Canada
Rae, a Scottish Orcadian who championed the native peoples, not only discovered the unhappy fate of the 1845 Franklin expedition, but found the final link in the first navigable Northwest Passage.” ...
The man with the plan to highlight the epic achievements of Orkney explorer John Rae
By mapping the Northwest Passage ... course of four expeditions in the Canadian Arctic between 1846 and 1854, which included a little matter of more than 13,000 miles of travel and the mapping ...
Little Weesy Coppin, the Ghost That Foretold the Franklin Expedition’s Fate
Britain’s Admiralty was hopeful that, within a year, he would arrive in the Bering Strait having successfully charted the Northwest Passage ... where to find the Franklin expedition.
The Haunting of Bly Manor and 11 More Horror Series to Binge (If You Dare)
This supernatural mystery follows a deaf teacher (Angel Theory) who discovers she may hold the key to finding an ... his ill-fated 1840s voyage to explore the Northwest Passage — from which ...
Climate Change from a Polar Explorer's Perspective
Expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctic have always symbolized humankind's adventurous spirit, our willingness to explore ... on the first successful expedition to sail through the Northwest Passage, ...
The Franklin Conspiracy - Cover-up, Betrayal, and the Astonishing Secret Behind the Lost Arctic Expedition
Latta writes "that the Franklin expedition was dispatched, not to find a Northwest Passage , but to make a scientific study ... continued to see Weesy around the house. After the 'spirit' successfully ...
Fatal Passage: The Untold Story of John Rae, the Arctic Adventurer Who Discovered the Fate of Franklin
Rewards were offered by the admiralty and both Navy and private expeditions were sent into the Arctic to find ... so far as to travel north to Point de la Guiche on Rae Strait where the explorer ...
Walden’s Ripple Effect
He read travel books ... Franklin not only never found the Northwest Passage, he never returned to England. His wife sent out expedition after expedition to find him. "Is Franklin the only ...