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We will leave Igaliku Country Hotel at 8 thirty. I was in the dinner hall just after 8 and I smaol to wait for a few minutes before the food fight was over. Then I made a quick raid, a stealth move and I grabbed 2 slices of their excellent home-made bread and a beer glass of tea Looking for small ladies in qaqortoq I moved out to the terrace where I enjoyed my breakfast in the sunshine. I returned my tea glass to the kitchen and I brought ladiex my luggage to the car in the back. I said good bye to the staff, from Iceland and they ladifs provided us with an excellent service.

With a population of 3, init is the most populous town in southern Greenland and the fourth-largest town on the island. Igaliku is located southeast of Narsarsuaq, on a peninsula jutting off the mainland of Greenland near the eastern shore of upper Tunulliarfik Fjord Access is easier from the small nearby harbour of Itilleq. It is the main centre of education in South Greenland with an upper secondary school, a business school, a vocational school for adults and a school for tourism management and guide training. The many young Looking for small ladies in qaqortoq give the qqqortoq a vibrant atmosphere.

In addition, Qaqortoq is home to many Greenlandic artists, and they have left their mark on the city. This permanent exhibition makes a stroll around the city a very special experience. From Qaqortoq you can also visit the famous Hvalsey Church on a short qaqorroq half an hour by boat one way. This is the Looking for small ladies in qaqortoq preserved ruin skall the Norse period. The trip is occasionally combined with a sjall at the Upernaviarsuk agricultural college and research station, where qaqoryoq can see Looking for small ladies in qaqortoq latest experiments with growing crops and vegetables in the Arctic, both in greenhouses dmall outdoors. The food had been excellent and if it wasn't for the shower in the hallway outside the room Lookng would have been a 5 star experience.

Well, without the young and super friendly staff it would have been a pain in the arse staying at Igaliku Country Hotel. And yes, I had been trotting over the mountain from the harbour in Itilleq and never mind how much you call it the King's Road, I was qaaortoq, thirsty and I was dying for a shower. So imagine me bursting in to Igaliku Country Hotel after the march over the mountain. I needed to check in and when I saw my room I was shitting my pants. A room, 2 beds and no sign of any bathroom. Not even a desk for my computer. Not even a sink and they didn't sell bottled water in the bar.

But the staff arranged a tiller with water and a plastic box I could use as a desk. She told me that I could have a shower when she had scrubbed the showers in the morning. I told her never mind and thank you. This is how I lived travelling around India in the 80's. Today and I'm like thousand years older and have grown used to a wee different standard. Never mind, it had been nice at Igaliku Country Hotel. Well, anyway, I started to walk down to the jetty where our boat will depart from at 8 thirty. It was a beautiful morning and the weather, yeah, nothing less than gorgeous and I enjoyed my walk down to the jetty in the marina. Well, the marina is a breaker and a floating platform.

I arrived at the same time as the car with our luggage and I was soon having my luggage on the platform waiting for the boat to back up to the platform. We were joined by another group and I was surprised, I thought that we were going alone, but there were 6 others going with us. And I recognised them from Igaliku Country Hotel. They were eating with us there and I think that they had lived in the huts on the hill. We were soon on our way towards Qaqortoq. We will make a stop at the Hvalsey Church on our way. Leaving Igaliku behind On our way to Qaqortoq Passing a mountain with a strange black rock One of our new friends form the other group Passing ice On our way to Qaqortoq One of our new friends form the other group Our Guide serving Narwhal Our Guide serving Narwhal and he try to talk our new friend in to trying I do what I can to stop it, there are only 2 known Narwhals still alive in the world He don't give up, narwhale and he could as well have been serving Rhino Our Guide wins the argument and she decide to try some Narwhal And just for your information, she didn't liked it Another one of our new friends, he is eating Lamb - That's the spirit we're looking for We approach the Hvalsey Church It was a gorgeous morning and we had a beautiful cruise down the Einarfjord towards Qaqortoq.

We passed beautiful mountains and icebergs. Small icebergs only, but a little teaser of what will come to us when we're arriving North to Ilulissat with midnight sun cruise among the icebergs. I was sitting in the back with 2 from my group and 4 people from the other group, new friends! She started with Cana But she was from Alaska and one of the other girls told me she was half Canadian. They had a sense of humour but I don't think being half Canadian carries much weight around here. Well, I enjoyed the trip even though we were offered Narwhal, I tried to stop my fellow passengers to eat as the Narwhal is like the Rhinos, only a few remaining and, well, why not?

And no one liked the taste of the whale and they brought out dry beef to start chew trying to get rid of the Narwhal taste in the mouth. A stop at the Hvalsey Church is included in the trip between Igaliku and Qaqortoq. The boat was full of mosquitoes. But it took a while to realise that it was mosquitoes. Two of my fellow passengers started to complain about all the flies. And yes, it looked like flies but I was soon to realise that it was mosquitoes. The best preserved Norse ruins in Greenland, the Church was also the location of the last written record of the Greenlandic Norse, a wedding in September According to the sagas, the land around Hvalsey was claimed by Thorkell Farserk, a cousin of Erik the Red.

Christianity arrived in Greenland around the year and churches began to be built in the country. It is thought that Hvalsey Church was built in the early 14th century, but archaeological finds have shown that it was built on the remains of a previous church. The church is mentioned in several late medieval documents as one of the parish churches in the Eastern Settlement. The married couple later settled in Olafsson's native Iceland. In the Eskimo tradition, there is a legend about Hvalsey. According this legend, there was open war between the Norse chief Ungortoq and the Eskimo leader K'aissape.

The Eskimos made a massive attack on Hvalsey and burned down the Norse inside their houses, but Ungortoq escaped with his family. K'aissape conquered him after a long pursuit, which ended near Kap Farvel. However, according to archaeological studies, there is no sign of a conflagration. The site is now part of a sheep farm. Hvalsey is located on a narrow strip of land at the head of a fjord, with the church situated around 70 metres from the water. The church is a classic example of a Greenlandic farmstead, with several additional adjacent buildings. It had eleven rooms, combining living quarters, an 8 by 5 metre banqueting hall and livestock pens.

There were other livestock pens away from the main building, a horse enclosure for visitors to keep their horses, a storage building further up the hill and a warehouse at the edge of the water. The dwelling was built on the top of an earlier building that dates back to the time of Erik the Red, and may have been Thorkell Farserk's home.




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