Youth & Holiday Centre Vasatokka
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... at the exact same time as we did, prompting us to hastily eat our "fika" and descend the northern slope.
Eventually we made it down the mountain and the sun emerged again and by the time we arrived back at our car the rain has been exchanged against sweat, therefore a shower at the nearby camp before continuing in a car for 6 hours sounded great to us :D
... a fair bit of fish. All we caught was a salmonidae fish in Swedish known as "Sik".
We camped at a campground not far south from the town at a little place called Uruniemi. Here we stayed for two nights and after arranging with fishing permits and renting a boat we spent the good parts of a day out at the lake.
... last Ice Age. There are 75,000 of them today, most living in Norway. The Sami village & museum, SIIDA, made us familiar with their history & culture as well as the nature of northern Lapland. The best part was a brilliant photography display of the changing seasons, showing the landscape, vegetation, wildlife etc for each month of the year. After this, we ...
... church built in1689. It is one of the oldest churches in Lapland and is a wooden spartan structure with no decoration apart from a painting of the last supper. It was surrounding by immaculately kept gravestones dating back to the 17th century. The further north we go the sparser the vegetation becomes. The countryside is quite flat& large lakes scatter the landscape. About 80kms before Lake Inari we stopped at a resort where the accommodation ...
... look at the last exhibit called 520 Reindeer. We went back to the hotel for lunch. We both had the salmon lunch special, which was delicious. The weather wasn't very nice so we went back to the room and tried to pick some photos of the wedding to share but it was too ******* our tablets! We decided to brave the rain to go for a walk and get some souvenirs at about 4:30. Spent a bit of time looking around the store then had a look at Lake ...