“The very thought of this, my first Alaskan Glacier Garden, is an exhilaration”. As John Muir, the writing of this article brings back unforgettable Continue reading “Glacier Bay and Hubbard Glacier”
Our pioneer’s steps in Alaska started here. We landed in Anchorage and were transferred to Whittier only a few hours later to board. Anyhow, we Continue reading “From Anchorage to Whittier”
Juneau was a dreamlike day as we experienced the Ice Age. Indeed, we paddled a canoe to reach the Mendenhall Glacier and trekked on the surface of Continue reading “Excursion on Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau”
From colorful nature to the graphic city, our journey after the Yukon Road ended in Downtown Skagway with the discovery of the buildings from the Gold Rush. Luckily for us tourists, the fire did not destroy the city. As a result, most of the original buildings still stand like the Red Onion Saloon. In addition, we stopped by the Gold Rush Cemetery and the “Railway built of Gold”. What a throwback in time! Continue reading “Skagway”
Have you ever imagined to be transplanted into a postal card? You definitely will at the end of this article. The discovery of the Yukon Road transported us Continue reading “The Yukon”
Welcome to the salmon capital of the world! The visit to Ketchikan directed us to the Tongass Forest with the Totem Bight State Park, the Southeast Alaska Continue reading “Ketchikan, the Salmon Capital of the World”
What does Alaska bring to your mind? Wildlife, rainforest, native culture, natural phenomena are only a few words to describe our adventure to the Great Land.
For seven days Continue reading “Alaska the Great Land”