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Leaving Cape Town - 25 January 2008

25 January 2008Cape Town, South AfricaSunny, +35 to 38 deg CFor the past three and a half years we have been working continuously on the Halley VI Antarctic Research Station for the British Antarctic Survey. It has certainly been a tough project from the start and we have had some really difficult hurdles to cross to help ensure the project reached this stage.

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