The passage to Greenland was a trip Sue undertook in July 2010. It was her first expedition cruise - a real gamble as she doesn't travel well by boat. Greenland had been high on a list for a long time but this trip took in some other wonderful destinations en route, including the legendary island of St Kilda. North Rona, Britain's most remote bird sanctuary provided a challenging landing. The Faroe Islands and Iceland provided a chance to catch up with the football World Cup. But more interestingly Iceland provided the chance to try our snow mobile skills, tricky in a complete white out! And then on to Greenland - stunning scenery, lovely people, interesting history...
- Duration: 60 mins
- Online Zoom event: Join from your computer, phone or tablet (no replay available)
Meet the Host, Sue
Sue Ablett is a great traveller, having visited all continents and loves talking about her trips. Her career included a mix of jobs, from Russian Linguist to Executive Director of a national children’s cancer charity, pulling in a PhD ‘just for fun’ along the way. Now retired she is Chair of Evesham Festival of Words, an avid litter picker, and, despite the advanced years, still a keen distance runner. She also enjoys cycling, dog walking, gardening and splits her life between Leicestershire and Evesham.
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