Hayley Hung writes:
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Hello Dra. Hung. I made myself the same question that you, about the chairs… Well, it is nice to know that today there is a better climate.
You can be sure I also had a nice experience on board the Amundsen, everything I learned there is unvaluable.
Could you please tell us a little more about your experience in Sachs Harbour, I mean, the taste of the food, the people, and the environment.
The feast at Sachs Harbour was simply wonderful. The people were very friendly and one can see that the community is really close knit. The food is simply delicious. From the food, you can actually see the cultural background of the town. It is apparent that great care was taken in preparing the food. There was a wide variety of game but they have also taken into account that there might be people who were not used to local foods. Thus, they have also provided ham, turkey and salad. It was very thoughtful of them and we were honoured to be received like VIPs.
The town was quiet and scenic. Despite the horrid weather when we were there, the view of the ocean was simply breathtaking.
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