2016 - Gorgeous Greenland
M/S Boudicca cruise to Faroes, Iceland and Greenland in August 2016
Turfed rooftops in Nordic countries are very common, and provide good insulation.
Boudicca docked in Tórshavn, Faroe Islands.
Sandavágur Church, island of Vagar, with its distinctive red roof.
Frieze inside Sandavágur church, depicting the road to the crucifiction.
Inside Sandavágur church.
The world-famous Blue Lagoon, near Reykjavik, Iceland.
The temperature of the water is between 37-40 degrees Celsius, so it's like taking a bath!
The opaque blue waters from which the Lagoon gets its name.
Boudicca at anchor off Tasiilaq, Greenland.
Colourful wooden houses in Tasiilaq.
Choir singers performed for us in Tasiilaq.
The quiet main thoroughfare in Tasiilaq. Hardly any cars were about at all.
Main road in remote Tasiilaq.
House in Tasiilaq, with the Boudicca (and a few icebergs) in the background.
One of the many huge icebergs we saw.
Iceberg in the fjord outside Tasiilaq.
Massive iceberg, enough to sink the Boudicca!
Glacier in the Prins Christian Sund, Greenland.
Prins Christian Sund, Greenland.
Whale in the fjord. We saw several whales as they are common in Greenland.
Trevor poses on the Boudicca in the Torssukatak fjord.
Beautiful Torssukatak fjord, Greenland.
Stunning scenery in a mirror-like fjord.
Glacier in the Torssukatak fjord.
Stunning iceberg in Qoroq, off Narsarsuaq.
Yet another iceberg.
Gorgeous blue iceberg, Qoroq.
Ice, ice baby. :-)
The Boudicca in Narsarsuaq.
Ice floes and growlers in the harbour at Narsarsuaq.
Ruins of Hvalsey Church, the oldest Viking church in Greenland. It is built of dry stone.
The amazing Aurora Borealis en route to Nanortalik, taken from the Boudicca.
The Northern Lights in the sky above us, as we sailed to Nanortalik. Wow!
The Northern Lights above the Boudicca, 23/8/16, en route to Nanortalik.
The picturesque little town of Nanortalik. In the Inuit language, the town's name translates as "the place where polar bears come".
Kayakers and boatmen in Nanortalik.
The three polar bears are the coat of arms in Nanortalik.