If anyone ever breaks a date with you during the summertime (or just because it’s plain great weather), there’s a simple answer. It’s because they don’t like you!
This week I passed a ‘milestone’ in the blogosphere – I hit 100,000 views thanks to you! Thank you to everyone who has been along for the ride. Writing my blog has been a fantastic experience that has opened up many doors for friendships and opportunities; it has also allowed me to ponder over some…
Jökulsárlón-Glacier’s not famous for being the Blue Lagoon, but an iceberg lagoon. Awesome duck boat tours!
For those looking for new opportunities in job and life, is Greenland the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow?
Vatnajökull National Park is jam-packed with natural wonders carved by geothermal and volcanic activity, rivers and glacial ice.
BLACKOUT 3900 in Katuaq Cultural Centre was a cross-dressing/cross-cultural music and dance performance.
Finland is not only home to Santa Claus, but wife-carrying competitions and birch-whipping sauna culture.
If you want to learn about Lapland and the Arctic, Rovaniemi’s Arktikum is a fun place to start.
Can you imagine suits in a place like this? You can spot them but it is not a uniform. That’s just a surface level difference, but it’s really useful to know how things work in a country. Otherwise you can get frustrated!
The first House Hunters International episode filmed in Greenland will air tonight featuring our story.
Most people describe living and working in Greenland as more ‘relaxed’, in all senses of the word.