Nearly Back to Dry Land

Do not tell people what to do, inspire them to change. The night’s crossing had been turbulent but the seasickness pills and patches had done their job and we slept through most of the night OK. Every so often you were woken up when a particularly big wave rolled the boat and you felt like Read more about Nearly Back to Dry Land[…]

When all you can see is sea.

We had a bit of a lay in this morning as we were going to be waking up to the middle of the Drake Passage so there was to be nothing in particular to see other than sea! I opened my eyes with caution thinking how much is the boat moving? To our pleasant surprise Read more about When all you can see is sea.[…]

Drake’s Passage…again!

We are now well into Drake’s Passage – it continues to go smoothly enough for us as the Captain is heading in a North Westerly direction taking us a little out of our way but missing the large storm that is directly ahead of us. We thank the Captain for his decision – long may Read more about Drake’s Passage…again![…]

Antarctica Fever

Antarctica fever is really taking over Bangkok Patana, you can’t go far in school without hearing someone mention something South Pole related or bump into a penguin or two! The beauty of being a large school is the opportunity for cross collaboration between Year groups so this week Year 1 have been learning all about Read more about Antarctica Fever[…]