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Here we present the most exciting expeditions and unique journeys. The world is growing smaller, but it is bigger than you think. Some people visualize the opportunities for others, and make our lives exciting to live.

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Cecilie Skog is on her way to cross Antarctica - the Antarctica Expedition 2009!

Cecilie Skog travels with Ryan Waters. Together they represent the Antarctica Expedition team. Cecilie Skog and Ryan Waters started 13 November 2009 on their tour. Their goal is to ski from Berkner Island to the South Pole, a distance of 1,350 km (838 miles) over a period of 50 days.
Cecilie Skog,North Pole

Photo. Cecilie Skog on an earlier expedition - the North Pole Expedition. © Cecilie Skog. Website: www.cecilieskog.com

Cecilie Skog is a Norwegian polar adventurer, guide and professional mountaineer. Website: www.cecilieskog.com.

Follow Cecilie Skog by reading her blog on the Norwegian national newspaper VG`s website: http://cecilieskog.vgb.no

Ryan Waters is a professional mountaineer, mountain guide, and polar adventurer. Website: www.ryanwaters.net.

You can keep updated on Ryan Water`s blog on his website under "Dispatch": Ryan Water`s blog - the Antarctica Expedition 2009!

According to Ryan Waters` website: regarding time and weather, they will continue skiing a distance of 550 km (342 miles) to the base of the Axel Heiberg Glacier, to the coast along the Ross Ice Shelf, thus completing a traverse of Antarctica.

In an updated report from Cecilie Skog`s blog, she tells about nice weather and the sun is shining. Cecilie Skog and Ryan Waters have walked circa 46 km the two last days. 

Stein Morten Lund, 25 November 2009

Additional information
We in Travel Explorations has covered Cecilie Skog`s ealier expeditions around the world. Read more about expeditions and discoveries on our website: www.TravelExplorations.com

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