Most of us have been happy to be allowed to go into the kennels. It was a hugging and kissing – Greenlandic dogs are very friendly to people – for some passengers this was perhaps a little bit too much. Not everybody enjoys dog kisses.
The afternoon we spent in Eskimonæs. Here, 27 km south of Daneborg, has been the first sledge patrol station. During World War II the station was destroyed by the Germans and has been moved to Daneborg, a former weather station.
Back on board the dinner buffet was waiting for us in the restaurant. During the evening the movie “Paolo’s wedding” was shown in the Panorama Lounge. The film was made by the polar explorer Knud Rasmussen in 1933. The film is primarily a documentation of the life of the Inuit at the East coast in the 30ths. All actors have been inhabitants from East Greenland.