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The Lofoten Islands are stunning beyond belief. You are literally at sea-level, but surrounded by a 100km stretch of jagged peaks and turquoise waters. You could be in the Swiss Alps or in France or in Austria. It is every bit as magical, with snow and ice, and frozen lakes, and blizzards, and blowing snow and charming Norwegian houses all adorned with pretty lights both external and internal, hanging in every window. It is an amazing landscape.
... light went from grey to black, we'd been on the water 2.5 hours and experienced sunrise and sunset!! Back at the hut we had some hot soup waiting for us and we all sat buzzing about our day, the captain said it had been a great day and that for 2 days previously the groups hadn't seen one! We saw over 50 and 3 different species! We drove back to the deserted ferry terminal and waited for our bus to our next stop- this time we were dropped just down the road where there was another ...
... made our way back to the Boudicca. They advised us that the staff were keeping the dining room open until 2.45pm, as long as we went straight there. As we had to pass our deck on the way to the Four Seasons Restaurant anyway, we dumped our stuff in our cabin then hotfooted it along for some grub. The cheese we put on the windowsill next to the cold glass, as we didn’t have a refrigerator in the cabin. But the ...
... or ground up to become fish food. There was a really strong smell of fish everywhere. They referred to the dried fish as 'stock fish’ and when I asked why the guide told me that it was because they were as hard as sticks – so stock. They were huger than I had imagined cod to be. We had some opportunity to wander around town before the talk began in the museum.
From there we went to another ...
... right across the mass to get back to my bike. There were however massive breaks in the ice which looked like mini glacier cuttings. On leaving Kiruna this morning I set up my satnav to take me to the ferry port of Svolvaer and it said arrival time would be about 13h30 or thereabouts. Well, as per usual with me and all my stopping I had only made it to the town of Oyjorda by 13h00 and so after filling up I decided to look for a coffee shop. Right on the seafront ...