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Tag Archives: Greenland
Maybe Trump thinks world domination is like Monopoly or Ticket to Ride. He wants to buy Greenland? BUY Greenland? In 2019. The colonialist mentality just doesn’t end, does it? Does President Trump know that nearly 90% of Greenland’s population is … Continue reading
Four years ago I wrote a post that captured our 15 favourite trips of all times – at that time. It took us quite a while to come up with only 15, but we did it. As it turns out, … Continue reading
To most of us the Arctic is a remote environment up at the top of the world, covered in ice and snow most of the year, and populated by a few hardy people, mostly indigenous, along with a few very … Continue reading
Our visit to Greenland was similar to Bolivia and the Falkland Islands in that it wasn’t our main reason for taking the trip (in this case to the Canadian High Arctic) and we had absolutely no expectations. And yet, as … Continue reading
I just finished reading Paddlenorth, by Jennifer Kingsley, possibly the first book I’ve read from cover to cover since committing to coming out of retirement six months ago. The author takes the reader with her and her five adventurous companions … Continue reading
Dreaming of traveling to exotic places? Consider signing up for the Great Wall Marathon outside Beijing or The Big Five Marathon in South Africa. How about a marathon at Petra? There’s one called the Polar Circle marathon in Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, the … Continue reading