The Living Journey

Welcome to The Living Journey – a collection of journal entries and photographs by our own Residents that offers an exclusive glimpse into their adventures at sea. Experience The World through their eyes as they share personal and authentic stories of what it’s like to travel the globe from the comfort of home on this luxurious ship. These posts capture their once-in-a-lifetime experiences not found anywhere else on earth. This blog is continually updated so we invite you to come back and visit often.

The colorful La Boca barrio of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Posted by Rich E. | April 6, 2016

After a morning walking tour of the historic and political heart of Buenos Aires, we went over to La Boca,…

Parque Aiken del Sur, Puerto Chacabuco, Patagonia, Chile

Posted by Rich E. | March 16, 2016

Parque Aiken del Sur (Aiken del Sur National Park), a privately owned 618-acre (250-hectare) nature preserve and botanical garden, is…

A delightfully long day of wine tasting in Mendoza

Posted by Marcy P. | March 10, 2016

Early one Saturday morning in late January, 10 of us gathered for the Ship’s overland trip to Mendoza. Upon arrival…

Hidden restaurants and reunion dinners in Uruguay

Posted by Marcy P. | March 2, 2016

During our visit to Uruguay, we joined a Ship-organized tour to Colonia del Sacramento which is located about 110 miles…

A first view of Machu Picchu from the Inca Trail’s Sun Gate

Posted by Rich E. | February 17, 2016

It was with great excitement and anticipation that many months ago we planned our trip, joined by several friends and other…

The World’s Antarctica Expedition: A polar plunge in Neumayer Channel

Posted by Marcy P. | February 10, 2016

Early one morning we cruised into the Neumayer Channel and had some spectacular views as we took our walk on…

The World’s Antarctica Expedition: Curious, kayaking penguins at Brown Bluff

Posted by Expedition Leader | February 3, 2016

Our morning began with some careful maneuvering through a forest of tabular icebergs, which were so large they practically dwarfed…

The World’s Antarctica Journey: Right Whales chaperone our voyage west

Posted by Marcy P. | January 26, 2016

After departing Stromness on Friday evening, we were on a west-northwest course for Stanley in the Falkland Islands. The distance…

The World's Antarctica Journey: Iceberg graveyards and penguin rafts

Posted by Marcy P. | January 20, 2016

The day after Christmas found us back in the Gerlache Strait where we anchored off Cuverville Island. One of the…

The World's Antarctica Journey: Whaler's Bay

Posted by Expedition Leader | January 12, 2016

Deception Island was probably first sighted and explored by sealers around 1820. The name stems from the very narrow entrance…

The World begins its Antarctica Journey

Posted by Daniel J. | January 6, 2016

The infamous Drake Passage was unusually calm as we sailed south for Antarctica from Ushuaia, Argentina. The weather was very…

Gorgeous Greenland

Posted by Angela J. | November 24, 2015

This was our first view of Greenland and it was GORGEOUS! The sky was so beautiful that I couldn’t decide…

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