Greenland… I’m afraid I’m gonna have to add this one to the “Glad I got there, not going back” country list. The landscape is impressive at least, so wild it makes you think about the primary forces that shaped the earth as we know it. Very very deep! However, the hunan habitat is depressing at it’s best. The aviation fees are steep and the service amateurish. Definitely not consistent with the hostility of the prevaling flight conditions. But N6000Q is tough cookie!

On departure from Nook we had solid IMC for more than 1hr. Climbing from sea level to 9000ft through the fjord feels intense. The prevaling weather conditions gradually improved towards BGKK, however. Still, the flight over the icecap will be remembered as the most challenging leg of our journey, as we managed to collect a fair amount of ice too.

On the bright side: I ate in Nook the best bread of my life. Hard to describe. Yellowish dough, perfect crust all around, smeared in grain seeds. I will never forget this bread!

Last but maybe the most important: happy birthday to my companion, Bogdan. I discovered we both like adventure travelling, airplanes, motorcycles, photography and – very important aspect – drinking various types of booze from the proper type of glass! Happy birthday, buddy!