Trip Report: Sub Antarctic with Heritage Expeditions

To: "Joshua Bergmark" <>, <>
Subject: Trip Report: Sub Antarctic with Heritage Expeditions
From: "Jenny Stiles" <>
Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2013 08:08:30 +1100
Thanks Josh for the entertaining read; sounds like a fantastic experience [apart from some overly close pinniped encounters!]. I hope I am lucky enough to go on a trip like that one day, but in the meantime it is always amazing to read about other people's experiences.
Where will you bird next that wont feel like a bit of an anticlimax?

From Jenny Stiles

-----Original Message----- From: Joshua Bergmark
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 12:49 AM
Subject: Trip Report: Sub Antarctic with Heritage Expeditions

Evening everyone!

As some of you may know, I was lucky enough to be awarded an Enderby Trust
Scholarship, allowing enthusiastic young people like me to travel with
Heritage Expeditions to the Southern Ocean thanks to the generosity of
Rodney Russ. It's taken me a week to get everything done (wrote the trip
log on the boat, but had to get all my photos sorted), but I have just
posted the final instalment of my three-part trip report! Sorry if it grips
you off a bit, but it was indeed an extraordinarily fantastic trip, and no
words can fully describe the experience!



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