How to dress up like a South Pole in a week

The South Pole is the most visited place on Earth.

For tourists, it is a place of mystery, mystery and excitement.

But as we get to know the place and its people, we begin to appreciate the beauty of the place.

You’ll also learn some surprising facts about South Pole residents.

1.

The South Polar ice is the longest in the world.

The ice is 4,500 feet long and 4,400 feet wide.

The total length of the ice is 12,600 feet.

It stretches for nearly four miles, from the Pole to the tip of Canada.

The longest known Antarctic ice-free zone is the Antarctic Peninsula, which stretches from Cape Reunion, Antarctica, to the South Pole.

2.

The Antarctic ice cap is composed of more than one billion floating ice crystals.

Antarctica’s polar ice cap contains an area about the size of Delaware, with some of the deepest and largest ice-cap structures on Earth, stretching for more than 8,000 miles (13,000 kilometers).

3.

South Pole tourists have been known to make a number of bizarre appearances on the frozen landscape, including a “snow angel,” a “baldy” and a “chubster.”

The first time we went to the Pole was on July 6, 1976, when we were on a boat to the Cape, a small, narrow cove that lies between the South and North Poles.

Our guide, a North Pole man named George, was on a guided tour that included ice skiing, fishing and a trip to a local restaurant called the Kessel Bar.

The bar was full of people, but none were dressed in the traditional South Pole style of clothing.

We saw some people wearing traditional South Polar clothing.

George told me later that they didn’t have much to wear.

It wasn’t until we returned to our ship that we noticed people dressed in traditional South pole clothing were everywhere.

We noticed that the people in traditional costumes had the same haircuts as the tourists.

When I went back to the boat, we saw more traditional South poles, but now it was the tourists dressed in their traditional clothing that were in the bar.

In the bar, we spotted some tourists dressed as snow angels.

I asked George what made these people so different from the tourists in traditional clothes.

George said that these people were dressed up as snowmen.

These were the people who had gone down to the ice to ski, fish and eat ice, and now they were dressed as angels, as though they were doing it for us. 4.

It is believed that the South Polar Ice Cap covers more than 200 square miles.

According to a 2008 report by the U.S. Geological Survey, the ice cap covers an area of more like 200 square feet.

That is about the area of California, but a lot smaller.

The Southern Ocean extends about the length of New York City and more than 100 miles wide.

According the same report, Antarctica is more than twice as big as the size California.

This means the ice covers more land area than California.

5.

The Antarctica ice is so thin, it takes over two weeks to cover one square mile.

The Ice Cap is so dense that it can absorb the sun’s rays and melt to form a thin layer of ice that is over six feet thick.

The only reason for the ice so thin is because Antarctica is covered in water, and Antarctica’s water covers the ocean floor.

It’s also very cold, and it takes almost two weeks for the water to melt.

In fact, it’s only the water that melts that keeps Antarctica’s ice cap from freezing over, so the ice melts faster than the sun.

6.

The average South Pole winter lasts two to three weeks, and the temperature can vary from 50 degrees Celsius to nearly -150 degrees Celsius (minus 20 degrees Fahrenheit).

The average time between winter and summer is eight months, which is less than half the average Antarctic summer.

This gives us a good idea of how much time we spend at the Pole.

7.

The temperature varies greatly from year to year.

The winter temperatures on the South Poles average about 40 degrees Celsius, which can drop to 30 degrees Celsius in the summer.

The summer temperature is about 80 degrees Celsius.

This varies by about four degrees during the summer, which gives us some idea of the average temperature during the winter.

8.

A few years ago, it was decided that the North Pole would become the world’s coldest point.

In 2009, the Ice Cap in Antarctica became the coldest on the planet, and in 2010, it became the warmest.

The new rule allows tourists to travel to the frozen continent by plane, and most flights are operated by private companies that provide the cheapest flights to the Antarctic.

9.

The International Space Station is not a real ship, but it is much smaller and more fuel efficient than the space shuttle.

It can reach speeds of about 3,400 miles per hour (5,000 kilometres per hour), and is nearly the size or weight