Perform in Antarctica? Hell yeah!
My agent called me to do a month tour of South America Argentina, Uruguay, Chile and Antarctica. I said, “of course!” The best part of visiting such places is the incredible wildlife that exists in such remote places. I saw my first breeching whale… what a sight. That’s more unusual to see than a shooting star! …or an entire pod of spinner dolphins. The seas are magic with the divergent creatures and sunsets galore.
My trip started in Punta Arenas, Chile which is the gateway to Las Torres del Paine National Park. This hidden gem is the homeland to a 6,500 square mile ice cap that sits at the bottom of South America. Glaciers formed what is now this unparalleled national park with it’s majestic vistas, and sweeping glaciers, lakes, rivers and ice floes.
After performing and traveling, my next biggest passion is visiting remote areas of the planet with incomparable beauty. For me nature is is such a source for inspiration, serenity and peace. It nurtures my soul. City Girl I am not.
After visiting these tremendous vistas, I felt so motived to give my all in front of the audience. I love the South American public, because they are such fervent audiences that I received standing ovations after every performance.