It’s not easy to visit Antarctica, one of the world’s cruellest and most desolate environments, but it sure is worth it. Watching great swarms of penguins huddling together, stumbling through blizzards or nose-diving into the bone-chilling water is just astonishing. The smoky grey fluff-ball chicks don’t waddle far from the safety of their parents, but visitors to Antarctica on a cruise can spot them without too much difficulty. And it’s not only penguins - great big albatrosses whirl through the iron sky, far seals sprawl on the water’s edge and whales breach the surf. Abercrombie & Kent offer a luxury 14-night Classic Antarctica Cruise from £10,300 per person, including full-board accommodation, excursions and domestic flights. [Photo: Pexels]
Chad: Once again a judge overturns the will of the people, overreaches his judiciary power to interpret the law, and ends up legislating. Mixed up governance for a confused world I guess. Restroom use is already provided under the law society has civilly followed since gender began from our first births. I don't see why anyone would turn their nose up at the privacy of single restrooms just to make a point that all restrooms should basically become more like a shared commode you would find in a group prison cell. There are some places where those of us in our right mind don't want to be treated improper but equal: the restroom being one of them. Any sane person wants improved privacy laws there, not more leeway for indecency.