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Travel Blogs from Honningsvag
... hear the TV in the corner - it sounds like the Goon Show is on. Transpires it's the Smurfs in Norwegian!
Take off and the steward starts the trolley service. Unpacks the trolley and sorts that out, pulls out the credit card machine, logs on and checks that, open up the cash wallet and checks that. It takes him about 5 mins. He then does the trolley service which lasts all of, ooh, 30 seconds to walk the 10ft long aisle and back ...
... me today, going to have to have a word with Santa this year!!
Crossed the bridge into Sweden and went to the first campsite after the bridge. 200 SK for a cabin, result.
Adjusted and lubed the chain, checked the oil and then it was time to sort me out. Off to the supermarket for some food and anti mossie spray!
After a few coffee's and ciggies it was time to turn in, slept like a log even though it never really got dark!
... Luckily was able to ride with a friend on the way up where we had time for pictures and a quick snowball fight for some, and then I got a turn at driving said ATV back to where we were.
The beginning was tentative for sure, especially being off road with tight turns along with a few snow covered spots. Yikes. Some places didn't have guardrails at the turns and I definitely didn't want to drive us off the cliff either! Made it down slow and ...
... the bounds of travel destinations, and indeed to coming to one of the edges of the world. 200,000 people visit every year to this seemingly mystical and harsh land.
Up ahead, a structure appears, this is the Nordkapp center, our destination. The complex isn't big but it's enough to keep you busy for the ~4 hours we had there. Our first activity is to head to the small cinema room to watch a national geographic type documentary before heading out to see the ...
... neat to see it falling in June, and for some, simply to see it falling.
The landscape feels desolate with only the odd house spotted amidst the rocks and trees. Nevertheless, a good change of scenery though. Keeping this short so it stays up to date. A long day ahead as a nap is in order before we head up to the North Cape (Nordkapp) tonight to take in the midnight sun. A sleep in tomorrow, then king crab fishing, ATV's and an ice bar!