Monthly Archives: July 2012

Timeshare – Snailhouse – A sentimential Companion

Elin – Mccandless – On Sundays I Dream

Benjamin Francis Leftwich – With A Little Help From My Friends

Del Barber – Believe Me

Tearz For Animals – We Are On Fire

Fretful Horizon – Sighieri – Sofr Rock

Clouds In The Shape Of Clouds – Ross Baker – Another Day, Another Way

Love Breaks – Candlegravity – A Moment For Myself

Christopher Ferreira – Crystal Winter – The Piano Pieces





Groove Armada - Think Twice
Skye - Not Broken
Blue Cafe - Another Girl
Snow In México - You And My Winter
Lisa Hannigan - Home
Ray LaMontagne - Down To The River
Bebe - Tu Silencio
Hindi Zahra - Stand Up
Sysyphe - Sinking
Tango With Lions - In A Bar

1. Cannonball Adderley – Jive Samba

2. Chick Corea – Acoustic Band – Round Midnight

3. Ella Fitzgerald – Summertime

4. Sarah Vaughan – Lullaby Of Birdland

5. US3 – Cantaloop Island

6. Benny Goodman – Sing Sing Sing ..

7. Sarah Vaughan – Whatever Lola Wants

8. Charlie Parker Quintet Live 1948 – How High The Moon

9. Hadouk Trio – Baldamore

10. Hadouk Trio – Babbalanja ( Air Hadouk 2010 )

11. Kerem Görsev – Serenity

12. Charlie Parker – Groovin’ High

13. Charlie Parker – All The Things You Are

14. Al Cohn and Zoot Sims – East Of The Sun And West Of The Moon

15. Art Pepper Quartet – You Go to My Head

16. Dave Brubeck – Take Five

17. Chet Baker & Paul Desmond – Autumn Leaves

18.  Cannonball Adderley & Miles Davis – Autumn Leaves

19. Bill Evans – Waltz For Debby

20. Miles Davis – Blue In Green


Greenland  is the world’s largest non-continental island, in the far northeast of North America, largely within the Arctic Circle. It has been politically and culturally associated with Europe ( Norway and Denmark).

According to the Icelandic Sagas, Erik the Red chose the name “Greenland” to entice settlers from Iceland. The southern coasts the Vikings settled are green in summer, and were likely more so during the Medieval Warm Period.

* When visiting a city or village don’t be afraid to ask for directions of shops, places to eat or somewhere to sleep, even if you think there might not be any. Most places (even Nuuk) are small enough for everyone to know where everything is, and therefore no one bothered to put up a sign. Don’t be surprised to find a fully equipped supermarket inside a grey factory-like building in the middle of nowhere.

Nuuk is the capital city and The Summit is the highest point on the ice cap, and a very inhospitable place, but nonetheless well visited by scientists drilling into the ice.

Greenland Map

Accommodations in Greenland tend to be pricey, world class hotels exist in all of the more visited areas (Hotel Hans Egede in Nuuk, Hotel Arctic etc.) but cheaper options exist. Try for the Seaman’s Home hotel in Maniitsoq, Nuuk, Qaqortoq, Sisimiut and Aasiaat. You can also check the hostel programs.

You can drink the local specialty “Greenlandic coffee”. It hits hard and its coffee laced with liberal amounts of kahlua, whisky and Grand Marnier. One of the best places to buy is at the Sukhumvit Thai Restaurant, for about $22CAD.

By the way, the word “Eskimo” is considered pejorative by many Arctic peoples, especially in Canada. The group of “Eskimos” are used to call themselves Inuit and for the ones in Greenland Kalaallisut, a Greenlander.

Food in Greenland is generally not that different from American or continental European tastes. Expect to find whale meat at a Thai restaurant and caribou in a Chinese joint. Nuuk also has several burger bars and a couple of very high-end restaurants, most notably Nipisa, which specializes in (very expensive) local delicacies. Prices are high everywhere, but servings are generally large, especially with fries.


Icebergs in all shapes and sizes. Dramatic glaciers and an endless ice cap. Winter sports all year round. Clear Arctic air.

Outdoor Life

With only 55,000 inhabitants, Greenland offers space and a challenge for hikers. For anglers. For kayak. For mountain climbers and mountain bikers.

Animal Life

Our fauna: Large whales, seals and walruses. Musk oxen, reindeers and polar bears. The animals of the Arctic.


Here it’s not just a matter of getting from A to B. Flying in Greenland is a stunning experience. Cruising Greenland is no less impressive, you’re in the sea of icebergs and whales.

Dog Sledge

Hunters and ice fishermen in Greenland still rely of the dog-sledge rather than the snowscooter. Be their guest – driving dog-sledge is an experience of a lifetime.

Midnight Sun

During the Arctic summer the sun never sets. In the autumn, the winter and the spring northern lights sweep across the dark sky above snow-covered mountains.


The ancient culture is still alive: Inuit drum dance, kayak performance and colourful national costumes. Arts and crafts have developed over generations.

 You can find many things to do in Greenland such as Angling at Sea, Arctic Wildlife, Climbing and mountaineering, Close to Greenlanders, Coastal Sailings, Cruises, Diving, Dog sledding, Go sailing, Guided Sightseeing, Heliskiing, Hiking, Ice Fishing, Kayaking, Musk Ox Safari, River Fishing, Skiing, Small Game Hunting, Snowmobiling, Souvenir Shopping, Trophy Hunting, Whale Watching etc.