Dry land and photos galore

Well, the cruise is over. I'm going to save my thoughts for a future date when I have more time, as tonight I've been focused on getting all the photos online. But suffice it to say that we had an absolutely incredible time and of all our travels, this is surely the highlight. Not only we did we get to see Antarctica and South Georgia, but we did it in the company of the passengers and crew of the Seabourn Quest, which only amplified the experience. Indeed, today in Buenos Aires we felt community withdrawal, as we've become so accustomed to seeing familiar and friendly faces everywhere we go. We walked around downtown Bs As today for several hours and didn't see a single person we know. How can that be?!?!? A shock to the system after 24 days of cruising.

Regardless, the photos are going up in droves. Right now there are 12 galleries containing 937 photos and 2 videos, though the last couple hundred photos have not completed uploading. Hopefully by the time most of you read this they'll all be complete (unless of course Hyatt shuts me off for uploading well over 4GB...). They are all featured on our smugmug page, http://markandjie.smugmug.com/, right up top as recent galleries, in order and labeled Seabourn 1, 2, 3, etc. for your chronological convenience. I also hope to go back through and add videos as appropriate to the prior blog posts, but we'll see. Anyone who's taken a look over at Walter's blog knows I haven't exactly been on top of things...