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Bus2Antarctica Blog Posts

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Andrew Evans photographs king penguins on South Georgia Island as part of his epic journey to the bottom of the Earth.


Ten weeks, 14 countries, and 10,000 miles later, a lifelong dream to travel to Earth’s frozen continent is—yes!—realized.

Bus2Antarctica began simply: Travel writer Andrew Evans decided he was going to Antarctica, but wanted to get there without spending a boatload of money. So he came to us with a proposal: He’d take the bus—a guaranteed adventure—and post entries to our Intelligent Travel blog en route. We loved the idea—and the story that came out of it.

Follow Andrew's entire journey by clicking through his blog posts below.

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