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During my travels, my compensation for free accommodation for one night, was for me to write a daily travel diary. Of how I got to my next location, the people who would host me, the food I was offered and everything else. Below you find the archives of the highly extensive reports. Know that English is not my native language and most reports were written at high speed around midnight. Enjoy.

Monday, 31 March 2003
--> Kugluktuk, Nunavut, Canada (day 5)

Becky told me that it was quite hard to start a living in Kugluktuk on her own. Therefore she once listed the Positive Things About Kugluktuk on paper, which always seems to cheer her up. And most of it I can really understand now...
- the rainbow coloured rocks surrounding town
- gorgeous sunsets
- always somebody to drink tea with
- I can wake up 15 minutes before school starts and still be on time
- always have something to do
- it's quiet, lots of time for yourself
- the kids here need happy and enthusiastic people around
- so I can have many nephews and nieces I want to
- so many cool photos I can take here
- start any sort of program because there is a need for it


- everywhere you go some little person has a hug for you.

Enjoy the photos!