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... for me, purely for the characterful and honest old lady. Strongly recommend if anyone is in Posio.
Within the next couple of days we head off north for a few hundred kilometers to Tromso-Norway.
From here the real test for Banksy will start, we will drive the entire length of Norway through tunnels, over bridges and over several mountain passes which include the scary one featured on Top Gear, Trollstigen.
... everyone stayed together and no-one ran into trouble. We had to be vigilant for road traffic as well as snow traffic, as some of our two hour safari took us into areas where there were also skiers. We didn’t pass too many other snowmobiles, but there were some. At one point, we drove by one of our Wilderness group enjoying some Nordic skiing. We were heading in one direction, and she in the other, waving as our paths crossed.
... coffee, and some have beer. There is no pressure to join in games. We all have a giggle, and the atmosphere is relaxed. Looks like our luck was in when the group came together :O)
Not just lucky with the group, the Basecamp staff are all awesome. Henri, Meiju, Teddy, and Tessa get special mention as they are the ones who are on ...
Today -February 5th- is a day of celebration in honour of Finland's National Poet, Johan Ludvig Runeberg. Runeberg's Day is typically celebrated on Runeberg's birthday with Runeberg's torte, which is said to have been the Poet's favourite breakfast treat made by his wife. It is tradition to make these cakes leading up to and on the day, and the kitchen staff had made some just for us as a treat after lunch, which was ...
... trees. It’s exhilarating, if a little scary at the same time… if that makes sense!
Before this morning, I had not even touched a pair of skis, never mind attached myself to them and let myself roll down a hill... however small. It was brand new, and it was hard work, but I have to say I quite enjoyed it. Apprehension over Thursday’s lesson has eased a little. As much as I love the snow, I didn’t peg myself a ...