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... of time, saying that the hardest thing after a few days wasn't going without food (apparently you stop feeling hungry after a while...?) but going without the human connection that came with mealtimes, whether family dinners round the table, having a lunch break with colleagues or sharing your polos with the person next to you. Last proper day tomorrow, so I'm going to see the world's northernmost of everything, and soaking up my last few rays of arctic sun before heading ...
... 2:30. We were among the first ones to get on shore. The excursion buses were there waiting for us. There were only about 20 people on our excursion, most of them Norwegians/Europeans. The bus took us to the cable car place for a short ride up. After we got off the cable car, we started walking towards the top, which was high up there but did not look that bad. We started the climb/hike. Boy it was sure much more difficult walking up than walking on flat land. Bob and ...
... short, there was no activity all night :((( Supposedly this is the first time in 5 YEARS when they have had two consecutive nights of non-activity. Just our luck; maybe the world is coming to an end! It was a fun night, but unfortunately slightly disappointing! And near to the end of our journey our minibus almost hit a "norwegian" moose. Don't worry folks, moose is okay! So that ends a very long day, we arrived home at 3am. Time to sleep, Lyngen Alps tomorrow ...
... And a lot of it!
At Clarion, the day starts with a complementary breakfast buffet. Just after sunset (15:00h), you can bake your own waffles with cream, jam, cinnamon and/or brown caramel cheese (yes, I know, yuk!). And before the last Japanese tourists have finished their waffles, the kitchen staff starts piling up the "light evening meal" buffet.
We gladly freeloaded off all these facilities, especially on our last day when we were feeling tired and were waiting ...
aurora ring right over the ship, but it looked more grey than green.
We were expecting it to brighten up which it did briefly at time but
on the whole nothing much happened. We gave up at about 3:30am and
went to bed. Fortunately we found out the next day that nothing much
more happen after we turned in. This was rather frustrating as the
previous night it was a really good aurora but we could only see the
odd brief bit of it during breaks in the cloud.