It is frustrating when you spend a lot of time and energy to plan a trip to Alaska, and the weather plays foul when you finally reach there. "You might not like this weather, but the wild life loves it. The chances of sea life sightings are better when it is cold," said the cruise captain, much to our relief. Still, we worried that the visibility would be low, and the fjords more than few hundred feet away may not be sighted at all. Interestingly, the weather added to the mysterious play of the mist with the fjords, creating a surreal experience.
When the weather threw lemons at us, the fjords made the lemonade..haha
(at Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, USA)