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After 20 days of traveling to what might be considered the world’s final frontier, Kalle Ljung offers the less daring–or perhaps less-monied–of us a surreal taste of Antarctica. Ljung and his traveling companions kicked off their excursion from Ushuaia, Argentina, then rounded Cape Horn to cross the Drake Passage and venture into Antarctica’s Melchior Islands, where Ljung stayed for 16 days. What he saw was absolutely breathtaking (VIDEO).

Videographer Captures His 16 Surreal Days In Antarctica

After 20 days of traveling to what might be considered the world’s final frontier, Kalle Ljung offers the less daring–or perhaps less-monied–of us a surreal taste of Antarctica. Ljung and his traveling companions kicked off their excursion from Ushuaia, Argentina, then rounded Cape Horn to cross the Drake Passage and venture into Antarctica’s Melchior Islands, where Ljung stayed for 16 days. What he saw was absolutely breathtaking (VIDEO).

After 20 days of traveling to what might be considered the world’s final frontier, Kalle Ljung offers the less daring–or perhaps less-monied–of us a surreal taste of Antarctica. Ljung and his traveling companions kicked off their excursion from Ushuaia, Argentina, then rounded Cape Horn to cross the Drake Passage and venture into Antarctica’s Melchior Islands, where Ljung stayed for 16 days. What he saw was absolutely breathtaking (VIDEO).

Videographer Captures His 16 Surreal Days In Antarctica

After 20 days of traveling to what might be considered the world’s final frontier, Kalle Ljung offers the less daring–or perhaps less-monied–of us a surreal taste of Antarctica. Ljung and his traveling companions kicked off their excursion from Ushuaia, Argentina, then rounded Cape Horn to cross the Drake Passage and venture into Antarctica’s Melchior Islands, where Ljung stayed for 16 days. What he saw was absolutely breathtaking (VIDEO).

After 20 days of traveling to what might be considered the world’s final frontier, Kalle Ljung offers the less daring–or perhaps less-monied–of us a surreal taste of Antarctica. Ljung and his traveling companions kicked off their excursion from Ushuaia, Argentina, then rounded Cape Horn to cross the Drake Passage and venture into Antarctica’s Melchior Islands, where Ljung stayed for 16 days. What he saw was absolutely breathtaking (VIDEO).

Videographer Captures His 16 Surreal Days In Antarctica

After 20 days of traveling to what might be considered the world’s final frontier, Kalle Ljung offers the less daring–or perhaps less-monied–of us a surreal taste of Antarctica. Ljung and his traveling companions kicked off their excursion from Ushuaia, Argentina, then rounded Cape Horn to cross the Drake Passage and venture into Antarctica’s Melchior Islands, where Ljung stayed for 16 days. What he saw was absolutely breathtaking (VIDEO).

After 20 days of traveling to what might be considered the world’s final frontier, Kalle Ljung offers the less daring–or perhaps less-monied–of us a surreal taste of Antarctica. Ljung and his traveling companions kicked off their excursion from Ushuaia, Argentina, then rounded Cape Horn to cross the Drake Passage and venture into Antarctica’s Melchior Islands, where Ljung stayed for 16 days. What he saw was absolutely breathtaking (VIDEO).

Videographer Captures His 16 Surreal Days In Antarctica

After 20 days of traveling to what might be considered the world’s final frontier, Kalle Ljung offers the less daring–or perhaps less-monied–of us a surreal taste of Antarctica. Ljung and his traveling companions kicked off their excursion from Ushuaia, Argentina, then rounded Cape Horn to cross the Drake Passage and venture into Antarctica’s Melchior Islands, where Ljung stayed for 16 days. What he saw was absolutely breathtaking (VIDEO).

After 20 days of traveling to what might be considered the world’s final frontier, Kalle Ljung offers the less daring–or perhaps less-monied–of us a surreal taste of Antarctica. Ljung and his traveling companions kicked off their excursion from Ushuaia, Argentina, then rounded Cape Horn to cross the Drake Passage and venture into Antarctica’s Melchior Islands, where Ljung stayed for 16 days. What he saw was absolutely breathtaking (VIDEO).

Videographer Captures His 16 Surreal Days In Antarctica

After 20 days of traveling to what might be considered the world’s final frontier, Kalle Ljung offers the less daring–or perhaps less-monied–of us a surreal taste of Antarctica. Ljung and his traveling companions kicked off their excursion from Ushuaia, Argentina, then rounded Cape Horn to cross the Drake Passage and venture into Antarctica’s Melchior Islands, where Ljung stayed for 16 days. What he saw was absolutely breathtaking (VIDEO).

After 20 days of traveling to what might be considered the world’s final frontier, Kalle Ljung offers the less daring–or perhaps less-monied–of us a surreal taste of Antarctica. Ljung and his traveling companions kicked off their excursion from Ushuaia, Argentina, then rounded Cape Horn to cross the Drake Passage and venture into Antarctica’s Melchior Islands, where Ljung stayed for 16 days. What he saw was absolutely breathtaking (VIDEO).

Videographer Captures His 16 Surreal Days In Antarctica

After 20 days of traveling to what might be considered the world’s final frontier, Kalle Ljung offers the less daring–or perhaps less-monied–of us a surreal taste of Antarctica. Ljung and his traveling companions kicked off their excursion from Ushuaia, Argentina, then rounded Cape Horn to cross the Drake Passage and venture into Antarctica’s Melchior Islands, where Ljung stayed for 16 days. What he saw was absolutely breathtaking (VIDEO).

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