In 1492, Christopher Columbus left Spain in search of a westerly route to Asia.
In 1927, Charles Lindbergh boarded his plane at Roosevelt Field near New York City heading to Paris France on what he hoped would be the first solo transatlantic flight.
On July 16, 1969, Neil Armstrong sat in the capsule of Apollo 11 preparing to blast off on the first manned mission to the Moon.
Thus began three of the greatest expeditions, three of the greatest adventures, of all time. But, of course, this was not really the beginning of any of these. Each of them had started first with a simple decision. A decision that a step forward would be taken. And while each journey is now synonymous with a single person, each of them involved ...