FROZEN

Alaska was never on top of my bucket list as I, to this day, am not a big fan of freezing temperatures. Last summer I found myself booking a cruise to America’s last frontier not because of my desire to visit the place but because of the amazing deal I was getting for a junior suite stateroom. Hey! Isn’t it all about the journey and not the destination? ๐Ÿ˜œ Anyway, my trip to Alaska was quite an eye opening experience that can only be understood by someone who has also visited this mystical place. During the ships’ port calls, I made sure to find time to reconnect with nature and the experience was mind blowing like a spiritual homecoming. I would also most definitely consider the stop at Glacier Bay where nature showcased it’s beauty, strength as well as its fury as the highlight of my cruise. The photo above was taken at Lampugh Glacier where every line of the glacier has a story to tell…and we are talking millions of years worth of frozen stories to tell. Unfortunately, the ship didn’t dock so we only got to view the glacier from a distance. It would have been awesome to be able touch and walk on the glacier although by the look of it, I’d be frozen into history the moment I step on it. I guess it was more than enough appreciating it from a distance.

By the way, below is the photo of my junior suite stateroom…enough reason to bear the freezing Alaskan temperatures.

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11 Comments on “FROZEN

  1. It’s 15ยฐC here right now but for that suite, I probably think again about stepping into a below freezing point environment ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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  2. Beautiful capture! I have only imagined Alaska through what I know of Colorado. I don’t enjoy freezing temps either but have always wanted to see Alaska.

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    • Hi! It was with Holland America on the Noordam ship. Lots of other lines go to Alaska during the summer so check everyoneโ€™s rates. It was my first time with Holland America coz they had the best deal on my preferred travel dates.

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