Hotel Maniitsoq

Address: Ajoqinnguup Aqq. B-1150, Maniitsoq, DK-3912, Greenland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Ajoqinnguup Aqq. B-1150, Maniitsoq.
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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

    Nuuk has been the highlight of our trip so far. The day began slowly as we sat in a bank of fog unable to see far enough to send tender boats to the shore. But, once the fog finally lifted, the day was spectacular - sunny with about 12C temperatures and little wind. Once again, we are well above the tree line, with snow-dotted mountains and deep blue water framing the view. Because we were late arriving ...

    Nuuk, capital of Greenland

    A travel blog entry by southernsun on Jul 17, 2015

    29 photos

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    I realised two hours into my flight that I didn't have my jumper, the only jumper I packed, my favourite cashmere oh so light yet warm jumper with a zip up neck, that Anne and Tim bought me for Xmas from Boston two years ago. Doh. I thought about turning back, but looked at the winds and decided that was not ideal. I have contacted the tower, they have sent out a search party, and if unsuccessful, I'll just ...

    Nuuk at last!

    A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Sep 21, 2012

    6 photos

    ... the usual tubs of the many fish for sale, but in the centre of the shop were other meats cut up and on display – I was attracted by the seal flippers on one of the tables. There were other various parts of the seal on the table – brains, liver, and other sweetmeats. On another table was caribou meat. There were numbers on the table with the meat, and we were later told that the numbers represented the hunter, who would be paid ...

    ...actually near Kangaamiut....

    A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Sep 20, 2012

    3 comments, 19 photos

    ... get one or two fairly good shots. Our ever present crew were on hand to assist with climbing over rocks and ford the fast running streams. We spent some time looking at the glacier and marvelling at the huge and magnificent sight in front of us. There was an ice cave, which made for some interesting photos, and as we moved toward the boats to return to the ship, I stood in some sort of glacial mud, which was like a sort of quicksand and I quickly realised that I ...

    Even saw an Arctic Swan

    A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Sep 19, 2012

    7 photos

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    There were also many little ice bergs in the water. We were also able to look at them closely, but the clear ones do form a hazard with the zodiacs, so we had to keep clear of those. We did some some that were interesting shapes.

    We returned to the ship in anticipation of our visit later today to Kangaamiut, a small Inuit fishing village outside the ...