My white husband and I learnt alot about eastern culture in our trip back to Australia from Greenland.
As I sunbaked on my couch in my toasty home this evening, I felt closer to the home that was.
It’s been one year since I started this blog and found out I was going to Greenland! Exciting, but not always easy.
Being in a long-distance international relationship can suck, simple as that. There is one cool benefit though: the chance to travel and meet up in new places!
“I envy that you have such a strong traditional culture because back home we only play rock and roll”, said Greenlandic Inuit actor Mike Thomsen to his Canadian First Nations hosts with a touch of remorse.
I have a sneaking suspicion that life has become more boring! At least, it’s certainly slowed down since my last one-second video travelling from Australia to Europe to Greenland. Right now, I’m living. I’m breathing, eating, drinking and socialising. Exploring a new lifestyle. Doing a bit of touristy stuff. It’s a lifestyle that does not include working.…
I’ve flown into an alternate universe called Nuuk where the surreal is reality. Time has stopped. Having never dreamed that I would ever live so close to an enormous fjord, it’s also a pleasant surprise to discover that I can watch icebergs float slowly by while sitting on my balcony. I’m surrounded by great mountain peaks…