The Bay of Mont Saint-Michel is a UNESCO world heritage site.
Mont Saint-Michel – the Abbey
After a sumptuous meal at La Mère Poulard, we were ready to ascend the stairs leading to the abbey.
Mont Saint-Michel – La Mère Poulard
The day we visited Mont Saint-Michel, the weather wasn’t perfect.
So we made the best out of it having lunch at La Mère Poulard. Continue reading “Mont Saint-Michel – La Mère Poulard”
From Dinan, it’s a half an hour drive to St-Malo. Continue reading “St-Malo, France”
We arrived in Dinan as the clock struck noon, parking was free until two. This is what I like about France, when the meter-maid takes a lunch break, we are spared. Fair and square!
Back to Ilulissat
My fourth day in Greenland – I decided to take it easy.
I revisited the blue trail that I walked on the first day under the midnight sun. Only this time I was more relaxed and observant. Continue reading “Back to Ilulissat”
The Trail to Sermermiut
It’s 23:00 Greenland time. I’m all alone on this trail. Before heading out I asked the hotel staff if it is safe to be out this late. He said yes, the sun never sets.
This is still my first day in Greenland. I set out to do this walk after dinner. Continue reading “The Trail to Sermermiut”
Flight to Ilulissat,Greenland
It takes three hours to fly from Keflavik Airport to Ilulissat. Our small Air Greenland Dash 8 airplane accommodates 37 passengers. Although seats are assigned on the boarding pass, we were told that it is free seating on a first come first serve basis. Keep that in mind if you want to sit at the window. The first row next to the cabin door is reserved for the flight attendant.