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This is a nest, a wooden house in a hundreds of years old  forest.

The snow covers it all year round.

So you live on air and look for solutions. If possible with irony.

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  • Tasiilaq isn't just beauty: social issues are various and contribute to creating the reality of the small village.

#destinationGreenland: gashes of reality

November 6th, 2017|0 Comments

 "They should do something about that dump!" "Something like what?" "..." "I mean: what do you think they should do?" "I don't know. But right there, visible [...]

  • What do you eat in Greenland? Whale's meat is a common and traditional kind of food.

#destinationGreenland: food and hunting

October 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

Food "Today's appetizer is one of their specialties". They serve you a small plate with a dozen of half black and half white small cubes, the size of [...]

  • Picture of the inuit village of Tiniteqilaq, on the east coast of Greenland

#destinationGreenland: the inuit people and the land

October 17th, 2017|0 Comments

They move like those who are familiar to the place, being at home: they do not take a look aroud, they just do. At the Kulusuk airport, two hangars [...]

  • Betrand, one of the travellers I met during my trip to Greenland, walking on the greenlandic ice cap.

#destinationGreenland: the greenlandic effect of déjà vu

October 4th, 2017|0 Comments

East Greenland isn't just land or blue color, but also encounters that show you a new intimacy. You can see anybody for the first time, but you [...]

  • The ocean view from the

#destinationGreenland: taking a break in Tasiilaq

September 27th, 2017|0 Comments

Greenland is blue. Blue ocean, blue sky, blue iceberg. Some little wooden houses are blue. The logo of the Pilersuisoq supermarket chain has a blue background. The greenlandic flag, instead, [...]

  • Boat trips are the only way to move from Tasiilaq if you want to go looking for other villages, whales and glacier fronts.

#destinationGreenland: what to do in Tasiilaq

September 17th, 2017|0 Comments

First thing to do in Tasiilaq: make no plans.   Second thing to do in Tasiilaq: avoid life-you-are-used-to categories.   Third thing to do in Tasiilaq: say yes to [...]

  • The Red House of Robert Peroni overlooking Tasiilaq's fjord on the east coast of Greenland.

#destinationGreenland: base camp at the Red House

September 10th, 2017|0 Comments

I decided to go to Greenland, but I wasn't satisfied about the idea to make a tour trying to visit the most in the available time. If [...]

  • Picture taken from the helicopter that links Tasiilaq and Kulusuk, on the East coast of Greenland.

#destinationGreenland: who is Greenland?

September 3rd, 2017|0 Comments

I met Greenland in august 2017, but I had heard of her in 2013 while reading the book "Dove il vento grida più forte" by Robert Peroni. At that time [...]

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