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QUICK FACT's: Greenland is the size of Western Europe. Around 80% is permanently covered by a huge ice cap - the Inland Ice / The Greenland Ice sheet. The population lives scattered along the
Travellers Final Frontier – GreenlandThere’s a saying amongst travelers “If you have been everywhere, there is always Greenland.” Countless times, I have flown across the Atlantic and countless ti
When a journey full of experiences works well, it is often because it is planned well. Here are some tools to help you while staying in GreenlandTop Six useful tools in Greenland Maps Flight info
A sailor’s journey from the west coast of Greenland to AlaskaI admit I was a little scared of this expedition. I have been a sailor for many years, but there is a big difference between holiday crui
Seeing the view from the airplane, there was no doubt. This was not going to be an easy tripWe flew from Nuuk to Aasiaat, where the crew of five »kayak postmen« were to meet. We speeded among multil
Many have followed since the Norwegian polar explorer Fridtjof Nansen first crossed Greenland. Only a few have undertaken an expedition lengthwise of the inland ice. The British adventurer Adrian Haye
From Narsarsuaq in the south to Ilulissat in the north and Kulusuk in the eastIn 2012, I was given a trip to Greenland by my daughter Sarah, who is a professor and researcher at the University of Mi