The Champagne Backpacker: Michael's Round the World Trip 2005-2007-- The Adventure of a Lifetime travel blog

Expedition Leader Aaron Briefs Us On Cuverville Island

Oscar Takes Us Ashore At Cuverville Island

Rubber Boots Are Required So Your Feet Don't Get Wet During Landings

Gentoo Penguin Colony

Gentoo Penguins

View Of Penguin Colony And Icebergs

Gentoo Penguin

Gentoo Penguin Ignoring The Humans

Close Up Of A Gentoo Penguin

Wait, Let Me Adjust My Penguin Suit

Penguins Prefer Dirt And Rock To Snow

Rick And Anna (Expedition Ornithologist) Observing The Gentoo Penguins

The Penguins And I

Penguin Crossing

Pina (Denver, Colorado) And Rick (Las Vegas, Nevada) Wait For A Gentoo...

Penguin Trail

Penguin Gathers Pebble For His Mate's Nest

Penguins Debate The Legal Status Of Antarctica

Penguins In Heat

Explorer

"I Can Fly!"

Dirty Gentoos

Antarctica: Bottom Of The World

The Little Red Ship

Iceberg

Taking In The View From Explorer's Bow

Stacie, A Fellow Former Hawaii Resident, Enjoys The View

Antarctic Ice

Expedition Historian David Speaks About Port Lockroy, A UK Station

Peter All Bundled Up As We Dinghy To Port Lockroy

Port Lockroy

Gentoo And Her Egg

Canned Food On Display In Port Lockroy's Small Museum

Peter And Stacie Take Photos Of Their Dessert


Today's morning landing was at Cuverville Island. Here we enjoyed the antics of Gentoo penguins.

In the afternoon, we landed at Port Lockroy, a UK scientific and historic station. Here we could get our passports stamped and visit a small museum and gift shop. Perhaps the most interesting event was seeing two of Port Lockroy's residents come aboard Explorer to take a shower.



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