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We aren't quite the hurricane seeking ones in Kansas looking for swirling debris and cows but we are storm chasers nonetheless, our storm originating 150 million kilometres away on the surface of the Sun. We are seekers of the Northern Lights. It seemed there was a solar flare a couple of days back and many were treated to spectacular displays ...
... or North Canterbury. Pretty though, although not as spectacular as we might have thought. Motorway still at a steady 105km/h. Struggling with the money, a fuel fill was 559 Swedish Kronar, ****!, but its about £43 which is cheaper than UK. Its the numbers, and we’re hardly going to shop around.
Spending the night in a Supermarket car park on the side of the highway. The supermarket is Kiwi Prix, yeah I know! Its a cut price chain and they are ...
... to oxygen and nitrogen molecules, which creates an excited state. As these excited state oxygen and nitrogen atoms return from their excited to normal states, they emit light energy. I have wanted to see these for so long. I am so excited. But also nervous incase we've come all the way here and won't get to see them!! We were picked up at 6.30pm in the town centre and began our drive out of the city. There are several options for watching the lights - stay in the town and hope for ...
... the fire some more. At 7.30 the tent door was pulled open at the lady came in with coffee I said morning but I don't think she heard and then looked at us and I was just laying there wide eyes looking at her waiting for her to respond to my good morning- I think she must of just thought we were both freezing and had had an awful nights sleep she lit the fire some more and then said it was too cold and for us to come into their house for breakfast. We'd actually had a good ...
... waited for the seals to show us their stuff and like children we were gleefully taken to a different world. The seals are deceptively quick swimmers (and refuse to pose for photo) and surprisingly sharp. Afterwards, we watched a short film about Svalbard - next on my bucket list - although the quality was not the best.
By the time we left Polaria, it was almost pitch dark. The light that promised so much earlier had all but disappeared as we strolled over to Ølhallen pub. ...