Youth & Holiday Centre Vasatokka
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... removal. The Samis in particular herd the reindeers ans as many are still nomadic they move with herd to ensure food supply. The population density is one of the lowest in the world and elks, brown bears & wolves roam the countryside. It would be a very hard life with snow covering the ground from October to May but is beautiful and quite mild at this time of the year. There are very few tourists at this time of the year. Most visit in winter. ...
... who owned a homestead in Inari lived in the 1800s. Another extraordinary building to visit is the Mirham Hut, a court house that was moved to the premises from the borderland of Inari and Kittilä. The cabin was used for legal proceedings up until 1905. The walls of the cabin are filled with writings that were engraved by the those on trial. It started raining as we looked around the open air museum so we went back inside and had ...
... so we can travel to North Cape tomorrow, hopefully the weather will be better.
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We head towards to the Cape at 8.15am. The morning is much clearer so it shouldn't be an issue with access. More mountains, snow, lakes, ocean, reindeer ...... It seems to go forever and it is stunning. We arrive at the Cape just before 9am, most people do not get further north than this. Wayne is excited! It is 2 degrees but with the wind it feels ...
... warmth of indoors. Each room in Inari Aurora Resort comes complete with a sauna, so David made the most of it before we braved the cold again. The lady selling tickets at SIIDA had practically begged us to come back tonight for the opening of a new exhibit titled "Images of Water". We had nothing else to do, so put we headed, only to discover it was raining. But, by the time we got there, the rain had turned to snow. It was only a light fall that didn't settle on the ground, but it ...
... now with drizzling rain. After settling in, we donned jackets, grabbed the umbrella and set out to explore the town. It didn't last long. The cold and wet conditions forced us back indoors, where we had an early tea of Lake Inari trout (me) and pasta with reindeer sauce (David). We have not had a bad meal in Finland and that trend continued tonight. We topped it off with white chocolate mousse (me) and ice-cream with berries and fudge sauce (David) before calling it a ...