18-20 foot swells in Nuuk? Thanks, but no thanks, so we won’t go there. Instead the Greenland ports have been rearranged, a new one added, and we are sailing on gentle seas toward Qaqortoq. Some gentle swells last night almost launched me into several diners; clearly, my sea legs are not in good form.
Quick observation: unlike cruising pre-covid, most folk are eating as singles or couples. Sharing tables seems the exception.
Married female, mother of two, grandmother of five. Living in a senior living community, where dinner, house maintenance, and continuing care are part of the contract. Residents in this community are actively engaged in our lifestyle here; I currently help produce Zoom programs, and help edit our webpage. Physically "healthy for your age" despite shortness of breath, two knee replacements, a cardiac murmur, various skin issues and an incipient back problem.
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3 thoughts on “No Nuuk- Itinerary Change #1”
Finally realized how to connect and your wonderful blog buried in my e-mails. Loving your comments. Wishing you good health for the rest of your journeys.
No Nuuk—–a good idea! I’m following you day by day and checking off the days. Fun! Hope you get your sea legs back and are feeling better otherwise. No more ER visits!!! Bet you’re using your winter coats and sweaters these days. We’re continuing to have heat waves and peak time energy savings every few days. Otherwise, no big news here. Sail on!!!!
I would love to hear how to pronounce Nuuk and Qaqortoq. Wonderful to read these updates, thank you for sharing!