Tuesday, 30 June 2015
This morning I got up around 6am to go for a walk. Even at that time it was warm, but the mosquitos weren't too bad. I walked down toward the fjord where it is thought that the iceberg that sank the Titanic was born.
As it warmed up the mossys increased so the trick was to keep moving and stay in the wind.
While perched on a rock listening to the popping and cracking of the ice I saw a whale who stayed around for a while. This is the sort of experience you won't get many places: sunshine, icebergs, and whales.
Then it was back to my room for a nap before checking out ready for my 4th and final flight to Upernavik. This will be on a dash-8 too as they are one of the few planes that can service the small runways that are around this country.
Saturday, 27 June 2015
After finishing exams on Thursday and a couple of nights out with friends, including last night on a boat on the river mersey with most of my year from uni, it's time to leave Liverpool and wind my way to Gatwick. First stop is to the Midlands to pick up some bits.
I always hate starting journeys because of that thought in the back of my mind that I've forgotten something, as we all know this is usually the case. We just need to hope that it's nothing too important.
I think this is the smartest looking I'm going to be for a while.