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.
Originally posted on Adventures of a Polarphile:
The title of this post is inspired by Mike Libecki, an Extreme Adventurer who has a strong loyalty to Greenland. In a 2012 interview with Visit Greenland, he says: “The first time was in 1998… It was a cool opportunity, and I fell in love with it instantly.…
This is a cute story about how one Greenlandic woman impressed a man so much with her hunting prowess that he proposed to her right away.
If you’ve lived somewhere your whole life, it’s easy to have a connection with a place. To the people who are expats, life travellers, and global citizens, I ask this question: at what point does a place where you are based become home? To everyone else, what keeps you from leaving home?
I wish I got a dollar (or ten kroners) for every time someone organised a future indoor event with this caveat: ‘if the weather is good then our plans are cancelled’. I could be soooooo much the richer, simply for the love of sailing! Newsflash: the world doesn’t orbit the sun If you ever come to…
“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.
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