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Travel Blogs from Inari
... a little, the trees became shorter and more spread out and finally they more or less disappeared, thereby affording us extensive views of this wilderness of a land.
Within 30 km or so of Kirkenes, we all became very excited when we came across a river with a dramatic cascade of water, with a bridge crossing it, the bridge that was to take us on our homeward route, in fact. Richard and I were fortunate enough to see a salmon ...
... timed for around 13:00 when we would have lunch and then 'do’ the museum. Our boat trip was scheduled for 17:00 for two and a half hours, so we had a lot of time.
We really liked some of the exhibits of the museum. There was one temporary exhibition on water, its’ behaviour and importance to the local environment. What particularly struck me was that the English translation of the text was fantastic, it was scientifically accurate but poetic, it was a real joy ...
... to the ground by the combination of an exploding ammunition train and the deliberate acts of retreating German troops during WW2 – 90% of the town was utterly destroyed. For more information here is an URL
The church was equally demolished so the one we visited dates from the period immediately after 1945. It was lovely and light and airy inside and had a very impressive fresco, completed in 1950. It also had ...
... br> about 20 miles long through mud and rocks and all sorts!!
Bump, bang, thump went the suspension. With all the puddles and snow I
simply could not tell how deep each pothole was and I simply just had to keep
going. The road was extremely narrow and dipped steeply to each side. My only
hope was not to meet a oncoming truck or car as it would mean me having to go
towards the edge of the road and the chances would be I would slip down into the
... in for the night. The beds were moved to the middle of the room so we had the best view of the sky. While we waited with expectation, the bottle of port was finished and we listened to music as we gazed upwards. Each time someone in their igloo turned their lights on we would jump up excitedly and then slump back on the bed with disappointment!
No luck tonight. But what a way to spend our first night in ...