Retrace Andrew's Journey
Tristan da Cunha
South Atlantic Ocean
Welcome to Malawi
April 1, 2012
April 1, 2012
The Warm HEART of Africa
April 4, 2012
Dancing in Malawi
April 5, 2012
At the Scene of Malawi President's Death
April 6, 2012
Singing in Malawi
April 7, 2012
Painting With Love
April 10, 2012
The Spectacular Fish of Lake Malawi
April 12, 2012
Map by Roy Wilhelm/National Geographic
5 Weeks, 2 Continents
Relive the adventures of Nat Geo's Digital Nomad (@WheresAndrew), who recently took a transatlantic journey from Cape Horn to the Cape of Good Hope. Along the way, Andrew revisited Nightingale Island to check on its recovery from an oil spill, photographed penguins on South Georgia Island, and reported on the death of the President of Malawi while in the country working with a Save the Children program.
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I’ve spent the night in four different countries this week. I went diving on Mexico’s coral reef, was interviewed on French-Canadian television, did laundry in Washington, D.C., and ...
Yesterday, the President of Malawi, Bingu wa Mutharika, died from a heart attack. I first heard the rumors about the president's failing health ...
I admit I have a thing for penguins ... but then again, who doesn't? Perhaps it's the way they mimic us humans: walking upright, nuzzling their mates, or slapping each other on the back ...
Bird-watchers are one of my favorite species of people to watch. They are curious, motivated by any flash of feathers that passes by their hawkish view. They like to tick lists and they like to ...
But travel is not always fun. Sometimes it is difficult and frustrating and sometimes it brings us face to face with the most heartbreaking scenes in the world. Even so, I've found ...
Despite all the harm that humans inflict upon nature, nature (somehow) still survives. I know the tragic tales of lost wilderness paradise. I am often disheartened by nature's defeat across ...
Nothing thrills quite like a great sea voyage does. To travel across Earth's immense oceans, to feel the true size and expanse of our planet, to roll through at least a million waves ...
The only thing better than achieving your dream destination is the joy of returning to a place you love. I never thought I'd ever make it to Tristan da Cunha the first time, let alone return to ...
With every wave, the muted sea gives birth to a new batch of playful puppies who tumble out onto the rocks. Batches of newborns are learning to swim and like human toddlers and ...
My travel heroes are many but none of them demand the kind of admiration I have for Sir Ernest Shackleton. So far, my sea voyage has followed in the wake of the very first stage of the infamous ...
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