Posted by: travelrat | March 26, 2020

St Christopher

St Christopher

You may be familiar with the Chinese curse ‘May you live in interesting times’, and, at the moment, the times are certainly interesting, to say the least.

A lot of folk on social media have asked what a travel blogger does when there isn’t more travelling. Indeed, some bloggers have asked if maybe they should discontinue for a while.

It’s a matter of personal opinion, of course, but my answer would be … keep on blogging. I still have a lot of stuff about South-East Asia to share, which, hopefully, will last until we can go somewhere further than the local supermarket again.

On Twitter, I’m posting a Daily Travel Pic, from the archives, to show there’s still a world out there, waiting for us when all this is over. And, I’m going to repeat the exercise here, with a Weekly Travel Pic.

This week, I’ve chosen one from just about the furthest south we’ve ever been. This is Ushuaia, in Argentina, and the St Christopher, which, many years ago, was damaged, and abandoned here, where it remains as an almost permanent landmark.


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