As I sunbaked on my couch in my toasty home this evening, I felt closer to the home that was.
In Greenland, we speak our own language. It’s called scrunch your nose and wiggle your eyebrows!
Polar bears are the Alpha warriors of the food eating species – but sometimes even the grown ups just need a hug.
It’s been one year since I started this blog and found out I was going to Greenland! Exciting, but not always easy.
It’s not often that you get a big warm hug from the airport staff as you board the plane to your next destination. In Greenland, you better get used to it!
“New kids on the block need to work hard for acceptance. In Greenland, even though they let you eat cake, they make you sweat before they embrace you with open arms. Then they give you deodorant, and more cake.” That was a totally weird conversation I had the other day. We were talking about kaffemiks…
Yesterday, another unexpected surprise came my way while on a beach holiday at Stanwell Park with two of my sweetest friends. Mei and Amber, who both have a fear of heights, threw me off into the unknown earlier than I had anticipated – they sent me hang gliding off a cliff! It was a fitting…