If you randomly asked me one day if I would join you for a kaffemik, I would say with an awkward smile that I don’t ‘kaffemik’ very well.
Hand-crafted beer spiced with local herbs, lovingly produced in pure Greenlandic water.
Sydney in December is brilliant and a perfect way to cap off the Greenland lifestyle in 2014.
When life-threatening emergencies occur in tiny and distant Greenlandic settlements, what happens?
Whales. Seals. Pate. Liver. Curry. If it’s one thing I’ve learnt since coming to Greenland, it’s that when it comes to food, everyone has their own version of ‘exotic’.
He had tried many times to find the mysterious island, but alas to no avail. No-one could tell him where the island of the whale graveyard was in the Nuuk fjord in Greenland exactly.
This is possibly one of the wackiest and most heartbreaking stories you’ve heard in a while. It’s even more wild because it’s true; and sad because it could have been prevented. It starts off with a 71-year-old man who ate a “terducken from hell” and died in Greenland’s northernmost settlement Siorapaluk. It snowballed into the ultimate…