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Awesome aerial photos captured from my window seat

Photos of captured from my window seat I was cleaning up the photos on my phone the other day and noticed I’ve snapped some pretty cool aerial photos over the past few months.... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 05-10-16


Arctic or Antarctica? How to Choose your Polar Expedition

The Arctic expedition season is fast approaching and many people are wondering, do I go to the North of the planet, or should I wait to go South? We’ve had the... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 13-04-15


23 Epic Photos of Remarkable Arctic Ice

The Arctic has astounding ice. We didn’t quite know what to expect when heading to Greenland, but when we saw uncharted bays and giant Fjords filled with massive icebergs, we were... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 28-11-13


Greenland, the Land of Kayakers – Our Journey through Uncharted Fjords

Kayaking in Greenland is serious business. For centuries, Greenland was known as the land of kayakers and today, the tradition still holds strong. The kayak was the hunters tool for silently... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 12-11-13


The Arctic Polar Plunge – Two Times Not So Charming in Greenland

When Quark Expeditions invited us to join them on their Arctic voyage to Greenland, our reaction was instant excitement. But within a few minutes, it turned to complete fear. “I won’t... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 10-11-13


Greenland, Where an Ancient Culture Meets the Modern World

One of the unique things about travel to Greenland is the opportunity to meet the locals. The Inuit culture is fascinating and very few people really know much about it. We... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 29-10-13


Would you eat Whale?

It was something we were dead set against before traveling to Greenland. We heard the whaling debates on the news here in Canada. The Inuit had fought for the right to... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 09-10-13


Ilulissat Greenland – Where Icebergs are Born

Do we go kayaking this morning? It was the first day that we’d be able to get on the water in Greenland but Dave and I were torn. We had to... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 06-10-13


Bathing and Bubbly at the Top of the World

We all know that Iceland is the land of fire, ice and water. Whenever someone speaks of the country, they always mention its famous thermal baths. Well, Greenland has a thermal... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 02-10-13


Introducing Greenland

Our Greenland Explorer expedition started from Canada’s national capital. I never really considered just how close Greenland was, but after learning that we’d be flying direct from Ottawa to Sondre Stromfjord... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 30-09-13


An Instagram Journey of Greenland

Greenland was…well let me see, We could use so many adjectives to describe this final frontier but we thought the best way to describe it was through photos. While we were in... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 25-09-13


Postcards from Greenland

As the weeks have passed since our time in Greenland, the reality of all that we did and all that we saw is still settling in. In one moment we may have... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 20-09-13


The End Game

I almost cried twice on our last day of paddling. The first time, in utter frustration. As I struggled into the dry suit and pulled on those awfully tight boots for the... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 18-09-13


A Greenland Wasteland

As we paddled to shore on day six, new shades broke onto the palatte of blues, greens and greys we had become accustomed to seeing. On an open field just overhead... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 16-09-13


Camp Life

On our first night after the kayak journey, when back in the hostel in Kulusuk, I woke up with an alarming start. I couldn’t breath. In a room with 8 others, some... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 13-09-13


Marriage in a Double Kayak

Being together constantly and working side-by-side in business is like marriage on speed – our 4 years of continuous travel must equal close to 20 years in regular marriage. For the... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 11-09-13


The Moon Landing

Without question, the terrain in Greenland is unlike anything we have ever experienced. It is completely other-worldly, a phrase I may have used in the past to describe other locales, but now... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 09-09-13


Plan A Point Five

Before we began, Gaddi and Jon spread out maps and reviewed our plan for the expedition. Gaddi pointed out the stops along the way, discussed the progression of kayaking difficulty... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 06-09-13


A Day in Kulusuk

We had been warned that Kulusuk was a “sad” town to visit. Upon first arrival, with the novelty of “OMG, we’re in Greenland!” fresh on our minds and lips, we could not... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 04-09-13


Greenland Facts [Infographic]

Greenland is a large island near the North Pole which is about the size of Mexico presently an autonomous region of Denmark. It is a country that was initially colonised by... Read More

Travel Post by Travel Infographics on the 17-01-13