Somewhere near Nuuk

I visited Greenland about ten years ago during a brief moment in time when Greenland Air was offering flights from Baltimore. It was an adventure. Nuuk is home to the “real” Santa Claus (who carries a narwhale tusk as a walking staff) and the world largest mail box. Sailing through the icebergs inspired me. The food is limited to a lot of fish, seal, whale and even polar bear but it was not as limited as many might think. This was true across the board. Thanks to Denmark, Greenland has access to most everything a traveler would want or need. And yes, it was cold .

I spent two weeks in Greenland recommend dogsledding, eating whale blubber, meeting locals, taking a stroll on the Polar Ice Cap and being in awe of the absolute vastness of its snow and ice.

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