Land of the people doesn't have so many... November 7th 2009 Even though I only spent three and a half days in Greenland, I am in love.
I arrived at the airport early Monday morning, groggy but excited, only to find out that our 0915 flight to Kangerlussuaq has been delayed six hours. An ominous start to the trip, yes, but I spent that time productively, befriending some classmates and spending the meal vouchers the airport gave us. Long story short, ou ... read more
North America » Greenland » West Greenland » Kangerlussuaq The world's largest island, Greenland is about 81% ice-capped. Vikings reached the island in the 10th century from Iceland; Danish colonization began in the 18th century and Greenland was made an integral part of Denmark in 1953. It joined the Europe... ... read more
I'm a Gemini. I enjoy long walks on foreign beaches, traveling, learning Spanish, making mix tapes, taking pictures, things of that nature, making music.
I'm very close (a month) to embarking on my grand Danish/European adventure - aka my second study abroad trip. This blog contains nonsense from my first study abroad to Chile, and will include nonsense from Denmark and other countries. And by nonsense I mean brilliance.... full info