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... as well. You can find below his rankings for country food in order of most to least favourite:
2. Arctic Char
2. Arctic Char
NB: Chris was not able to try raw muskox or caribou for some reason or any cooked whale. He, unfortunately, will leave Iqaluit without getting ...
... of town and around the end of the runway, then up into the low hills beyond. The views from the ridge took in the Sylvia Grinnell River as it flows into Frobisher Bay. Below were two fine waterfalls which, when the tide is high, are reduced to rapids. The Bay, along with others in the area, has exceptionally high tides which can range well above 10m. The hilltop was well served with picnic tables and bbq grills, unoccupied today, ...
... was a place for a few hours, not to stay any longer. We would disagree; although we have mainly centred our activities around the airport and town, there are many places to visit and it is a hiking paradise. Although we were reminded how dangerous it might be when, at last night’s festivities, the compere warned those taking part alone in today’s berry picking contest to make certain they carried warning equipment to alert any bears that may ...
We went to see Captain America yesterday as our Friday night date (pretty good, little high on the cheese factor). As we were heading back to our apartment we walked past the Storehouse Grill, the bar inside the Frobisher Inn. It sounded like things were pretty busy in there so we made the decision that it was about time we finally checked out a Saturday night at the bar. Besides, I needed something to write about in my blog and Chris felt it might be educational to find out where ...
... coming home in two weeks. Our flights are booked and we will be home on the 18th, before heading off again on the 23rd.
Since not much else is going on, I figured I would post and re-repost some of our favourite pictures so far.
On a side note, Chris would like me to mention an interesting Nunavut medical factoid:
There is ...