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January 1st 2014
Published: January 15th 2014
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South Georgia has several abandonned whaling stations along the eastern coastline. All of them (except Grytviken) are closed to visitors because of airborne asbestos and the high likelihood that they'll collapse, and as it is generally windy, there's a good chance of a flying piece of debris whacking you. They are in spectacular settings! Surrounded by formidable mountains and huge glacier... Read Full Entry



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15th January 2014

South Georgia
Thrilled that you are having this experience. Sounds amazing! The photos say it all.
15th January 2014
Hundreds of thousands

Lost for words
No kidding, i'm so glad you guys took on this adventure, wow, thanks you reo, for living part of my dreams........
16th January 2014

Thanks for sharing!
Thanks so much for sharing your experience! Stay safe.
16th January 2014

Lost for words
Lost for words also...just amazing.
17th January 2014

hi Dave, here is a poem from Penguins, \"\"Our wings serve as flippers that carry us across the ocean not in the sky. Why us penguins have so much fun time in the water. we don\'t even want to fly, it is in one of my magazine,
20th January 2014

Wow!
Thanks for sharing Dave! Did any birds come up to you? Good luck, xoPammie
21st January 2014

City of Penguins in the Land of Penguins! It looks like an untouched part of the world. Amazing how thick the glaciers are there. Sherry and Jim

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