Antarctica on a Backpackers Budget

Jefre C. Outlaw has traveled almost non-stop for the past 3 years travelling in and through 99 countries, 250 cities and 500 sacred sites all 7 continents. After a health crisis caused him to re-evaluate his life priorities in 2009, Jefre decided to follow many others into the adventure of downsizing his US life and up-sizing his world view by backpacking the planet. Jefre is an experienced world traveler and just returned from Antarctica to his home in Austin after his first North Pole to South Pole journey.

Come hear Jefre talk about his recent expedition to Antarctica and how he did it last minute, in February of this year, and on a budget about 60% less than retail travelers spend. He will share the Expeditions Documentary 12 minute slide show and then some of his favorite pictures as he talks about the wonders of the White Continent and how best to see it.

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  • yuping

    Sorry. Running late

    May 14, 2013

  • Ersilia

    I apologize for having to pull out at the last minute but have to work late.

    May 14, 2013

  • Aussies (.

    I am so sad that due to personal issues I am unable to make this event. Antarctica is at the top of my list & I so wanted to learn from the information provided by Jefre.

    May 14, 2013

  • Myrriah G.

    This is tonight at the hostel! Hope to see everyone there.

    May 14, 2013

  • Gina H.

    Look forward to this event!!

    May 13, 2013

  • Aussies (.

    Antarctica is on top of my list & I keep waiting on folks who want to go & then always say "next year". I researched the ships that go to Antarctica & I am so ready. Looking forward to learning as much as I can before I book my adventure.

    1 · April 23, 2013

    • Jefre C. O.

      Going solo is actually easy as most boats have separate 3 bed shared room for men and for women who are traveling solo. We can chat after the talk if you want. - Jefre

      April 24, 2013

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