This fifth attempt, I got down to 60 days – despite bad timing on several occasions. If you compare with the 4th journey, I already lost a few days even before reaching Saint-Petersburg (route not known soon enough, etc). Much later, on my arrival in Reykjavik, on the 53th, I was short £20 to take an immediate two/three day flight to London and had to go to bank and wait for another flight. All these small mishaps could actually amount to 10 days easily.

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DAY 60 — “Arrived in London at 11:00 AM”

DAY 58 — “Departed for London”, “Left early on the “Silver Seal””

DAY 58 — “Collected £700 from the bank in Reykjavik”

DAY 54 — “Slept rough in Reykjavik”

DAY 53 — “Arrived in Reykjavik at 9:00 AM”

DAY 51 — “Departed for Reykjavik”, “No bags allowed!”

DAY 50 — “Arrived in New York at 4:00 PM”

DAY 43 — “Departed for New York”, “Departed early on the Transcontinental Express”

DAY 43 — “Departed for San Francisco”, “Arrived in San Francisco at 2:00 PM”

DAY 41 — “Arrived in Gastown”

DAY 40 — “Departed for Gastown”

DAY 39 — “A Council at the top of the world!”

DAY 37 — “Arrived in The North Pole at 4:00 PM”

DAY 27 — “Disaster has struck and we are doomed…”

DAY 13 — “To the Pole!”, “Departed for The North

DAY 12 — “Arrived in Smeerenburg at 10:00 AM”

DAY 8 — “Departed for Smeerenburg”

DAY 6 — “Departed for St Petersburg”, “Arrived in St Petersburg at 5:00 PM”

DAY 4 — “Departed for Stockholm”, “Arrived in Stockholm at 6:00 PM”

DAY 2 — “Departed for Kristiania”, “Arrived in Kristiania at 5:00 PM”

 

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