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== Work Section ==
 
== Work Section ==
 
It would be nice if we could add something to this section. I wonder how easy or hard it is for a foreigner to find work in Greenland. What kind of jobs are available? English teaching?  [[User:Daniel32708|Daniel32708]] 04:09, 3 April 2010 (EDT)
 
It would be nice if we could add something to this section. I wonder how easy or hard it is for a foreigner to find work in Greenland. What kind of jobs are available? English teaching?  [[User:Daniel32708|Daniel32708]] 04:09, 3 April 2010 (EDT)
 
Hey guys, this is Natasha
 
 
Preparing the best pasta can be really difficult at first. It was almost impossible for us to master how
 
to do it without proper step-by-step tutorial from the professional chefs.
 
 
I've watched hundreds of tutorials online, but nothing beats this simple, clear-to-the-cut video here https://dausel.co/NnDC9t
 
 
 
Click the link above, and you'll land on an intermediate page, just click "I am not a robot" to continue,
 
and you'll land on the best YouTube tutorial video on pasta cooking where it shows step-by-step on how to
 
prepare al-dente pasta even if you're a complete beginner.
 
 
I hope that someone show me this when i first learning how to prepare my first pasta dish. The could save
 
me hours and hours of banging my head on the wall, trying different methods out.
 
 
Again, you can watch the tutorial here: https://dausel.co/NnDC9t
 
 
 
I am almost 100% sure this tutorial is going to blow your mind away.
 
 
I am a big fan of this chef and he makes it ridiculously easy! No joke.
 
 
Hope it helps :)
 
 
Natasha
 

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eskimo[edit]

Actually, eskimo is a cree indian word for "eaters of raw flesh"

Incorrect. -- Colin 12:46, 9 Feb 2006 (EST)

Supermarkets[edit]

Where should the general info on Supermarkets (see buy) go? It is nice info to know, but it would be terrible to write on each city page. Then again, it doesn't look nice on the country page either.

Clcow 14:37, 6 April 2007 (EDT)

The country page is a good place for it. Any general information that applies to places throughout the country should be on that page. - Todd VerBeek 21:26, 6 April 2007 (EDT)

Divition of Greenland[edit]

Tourist organisations and officials have different ways of dividing Greenland:

greenland.com[1]: East as usual. South stops between Iviituut and Paamiut. West stops above Sisimiut, and North is from the Disco bay and all the way to Thule.

greenland-guide.gl[2]: East and South as above, West stops above Sisimiut, North is Disco bay and uummannaq bay and then Qaanaaq is a region by itself.

Official divitions [3] (only in inuit and danish):

Old: 18 small spread over the country, one for each of the major cities.

New (from 2009): only 4: South: Stops 'before' Iviituut. West/East: the West coast from the border of region south to Nuuk. Middle: Only Sisimiut and Maniitsoq. North: as greenland.com.

What is the usual way to divide regions? I would say by coherence and possibility of describing the region as a whole insted of having to always say: in the north we have ... and in the south we have...

Therefore I vote for greenland-guide's division. Clcow 14:36, 6 April 2007 (EDT)

The main guideline is to do what makes the most sense for the benefit of the typical traveler. We prefer natural geographic divisions that make it easy to describe each region, rather than official government ones. - Todd VerBeek 21:26, 6 April 2007 (EDT)

Work Section[edit]

It would be nice if we could add something to this section. I wonder how easy or hard it is for a foreigner to find work in Greenland. What kind of jobs are available? English teaching? Daniel32708 04:09, 3 April 2010 (EDT)