Friday, May 1, 2015

Hope for Tomorrow at the End of the World

I have never been to Antarctica, and admittedly, visiting the southernmost continent is not high on my bucket list of travel destinations.

Antarctica is the "coldest, windiest, tallest, and most deserted continent on Earth," according to Bulgarian author Ludmila Filipova, yet it "has been alluring people for the last two centuries of human history."

What attracts visitors to this desolate place? There is something special there - "a faery of colors rules the place, while in the play of sunrays endless snowy vast and ice sculptures seem to be chiseled by the hand of an invisible fairy."

Read the rest of this article on The Huffington Post.

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