Hotel Heilmann Lyberth

Address: Postboks 140, Maniitsoq, 3912, Greenland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Postboks 140, Maniitsoq, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Maniitsoq

Day 8: the Awesome Capital of Greenland

A travel blog entry by snidjud on Jul 31, 2015

2 comments, 8 photos

... the bus that had been booked for about 60 of us was no longer available. However, the owner of the local adventure tour company took some of us on an improvised 2 hour walking tour. Fabulous! This fellow is unbelievably passionate about Greenland and its opportunities for eco-tourism. As we walked, he provided an overview of history, culture, environment and even politics. The city is in a state of ...

Nuuk, capital of Greenland

A travel blog entry by southernsun on Jul 17, 2015

29 photos

... stop in Boston on my way to New York to go back to Allen Edmonds and get another.

Nuuk was inside what may technically be a wide fjord, or maybe it's a bay, not sure, but it is very well protected from the sea. It is Greenland's capital and largest city with 15,000 population, and the main shipping harbour for goods arriving in the country.

The landing was dramatic as the ...

Nuuk at last!

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Sep 21, 2012

6 photos

... meat was sold. I did ask one of the Inuit staff on our voyage later how the flippers would be cooked. He says that they slow cook them and add dumplings, which would not be unlike our lamb shanks, I suppose! He says that the meat is very rich. So far I have not tried the seal meat.

Next stop was for coffee. We found a coffee shop that was located on an overpass between two shops. Together with a Greenland pastry (surprising similar to ...

...actually near Kangaamiut....

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Sep 20, 2012

3 comments, 19 photos

... to my ankles in the stuff. I pulled myself out of it, then walked through a stream to try to remove the mud. Realising that the sand and stones were a safer option for walking, I made my way back to the zodiac. As well as the magnificence of the glacier in front of me, I was most interested in many of the rocks, which appeared to be both black and pink granite. However, the sparse flora was of greatest interest. We are in an area of little vegetation. There are ...

Even saw an Arctic Swan

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Sep 19, 2012

7 photos

This morning's excursion is to cruise through the Evishhegdsfjord by Zodiac to view the glacier and rock formations from a close proximity. We donned our wet weather pants and boarded the zodiacs, using the 'sailor’s grip’ to maximise our safety when entering these boats. Our driver took us close to the glacier, where we could photograph it from a closer ...

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