AMI Hotel Tromso
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I am as disappointed as you are for not hearing anything from him. One reason might be that the internet is extremely expensive on the ship since it has to go through satellite rather than cable.
Just thought I would let you know that everything is ok, but that there is probably not much happening on this blog.
... the closest I'd ever get).
Can't really remember how nice it was actually sleeping in a bed that night, as the two bottles had knocked me out a little bit, but it was nice to feel a bit refreshed and not have a sore back in the morning.
Went for a couple of walks the next day amongst some of the most beautiful scenery I have ever seen: sheer mountains plunging straight into the sea, with a few fishing villages taking up any spare room at the bottom.
... this mean we still had a chance to see the Northern Lights later?!!!! So our final night in Norway would be spent in a Lavvu, which is a temporary dwelling used by the Sami people of northern Scandinavia! Looks a bit like a wigwam tent :) Well it is a wigwam with a Norwegian twist, there is a fire going inside! Not sure if UK health and safety would deem this safe! Supper consisted of Biddos, which is a traditional Sami vegetable soup and reindeer meat! It was very yummy! Then ...
... meet the dogs for the first time. The dogs were extremely friendly and were only too pleased to be patted and stroked. Hege explained that they were not pure Alaskan Huskies as these dogs are notoriously difficult to control so they are mixed with other breeds such as collies, spaniels and even greyhounds. Most had those incredible pale blue eyes that you associate with huskies though.There are over a 100 dogs here with ...
... the path. I cannot see any aurora activity, so i take a picture, but there is no activity. I get back onto the path and keep walking north. I walk past the University Observatory with all its Radar and Satellite dishes whizzing around listening to the skies. They make some interesting noise when the only noise you can hear is your own breathing.
So i walk back to a dark spot on the edge of the lake. There is a wooden ...