He is the first Czech to go to North Pole 25 years ago. Then it's there for 18 more time, and it will go again.
There is a polar guide Miroslav Jakeš, seven-six. He mentioned the journeys for František Křižík Grammar School students in Pilsen.
"It's about 111 miles," he said. Everyone has a slide and what he does, he must take it. "You have instant food that is boiling with hot water," he said. Only the dogs that would remove your sleds would be lost. You have to be alone.
Near the North Pole is the Barneo base, a transport hub of points that point to North Pole. When you go out in April, it is supposed to be the best. "You can reach as low as thirty or thirty degrees. It's not just 40. That's what I like. The sea has frozen blown drift and drive you away. The sea is falling, the ice rushes, "said the polar bear.
And what's really on the North Pole? "Nothing special, just a sea to freeze. Ice cracking has to do with frozen ponds that you have to avoid. It's so boring, you're not & # 39; go straight to the North Pole, "said Jake, describing that the depth of the sea was about four thousand feet.
When you reach North Pole, it may only be second. "When the wind disappears, it takes you a little bit bigger and you're off the pole," he added.
Laughs that the Cimrmani is right in their game of North Pole Conquest. For example, when Fristensky says that he does not see anything so extended and when it compares with a trip to Kokorin … it can not be compared at all! Sandstone rocks, refreshments … and what's here? Prd.
The pole's way is a lifelong experience. A polar bear shows a flying bolt guitar, a foamed trap, or a solid, insulating boots that travel with him.
And also bangled bullets or a gunny wonderfully to warn a shot because of polar bees near tents. "I was a few feet apart," said the polar bear.