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Exciting Explorers!

Wardour and Stourhead class were lucky enough to have a special guest visit them today, this was to support their learning for their topic ‘Race to the Pole!’ Sir David Hempleman-Adams is one of the most successful adventurers in the world, travelling far and wide, leading more than thirty expeditions to the Arctic. 66 more words



Our first train ride to Florence was easy. We took a direct train to Florence and spent about 3 hours traveling. We got off the train and I had the chance to practice my Italian. 1,495 more words


"Why don't we just run away?"

Over the course of our relationship, Billie and I had each asked this far more times than it would have been worthwhile to count. Despite being as young, as whimsical and as in love as any archetypal runaways, it was in fact a question we had several answers for. 570 more words


Ages Apart 

Ages Apart

I was talking to Pytheas of Massilia on Friday.

He was still in the grip of a cold he caught

returning from Thule. 161 more words


"Farewell, faithful explorer."

Image by kenne

“There are times in this world when things just line up
when everything is just about perfect.
A child’s laugh, a desert sunset and this morning. 31 more words


Nunavut: Wreck of Franklin expedition soon unveils its secrets

GJOA HAVEN, Nunavut – A tiny fuchsia dot pitching on the surface of the Arctic Ocean. A buoy that marks precise GPS coordinates, only known to a few researchers and a handful of local hunters who jealously guard the site. 766 more words