This moment I feel like living at Rothera. I am part of this Antarctic station’s everyday life and I’m very glad for this experience, even if it lasts only for a moment. In a few days I will say good-bye to this little village surrounded by the frozen sea and fly to Berkner island, which will be a completely different experience. I try to preserve this valuable moment by writing down what I learned about this amazing place in the last two weeks, knowing that this was just a fracture of what Rothera is.
This is another diary record emphasized by a blog post. This time it contains a detailed description of the everyday life of an Antarctic station, which really worth a blog post, but since I’m already writing my diary every week I didn’t see the benefit of writing a separate post about it. So read it as an article or read it as a diary, it is up to you, but I think it worth reading it. If you want to see more pictures visit my photo album, and if you want to know more, do not hesitate to write me your questions.
Take care and believe me, Monday 7 am is the same everywhere in the World.