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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.
... job done, another bunch of tourists dealt with appropriately.
Fortuitously, not all all Norwegians are bus drivers, and our guy with a tractor soon pulled us out and we were on our way.
After breakfast, Rod, Mitchell and I went for a quick drive following the east coast north a little, following a road around a fjord, all the way enjoying some of the most spectacular scenery you will see anywhere. This drive will be our sunrise drive and shoot ...
... clouds beckoning further snow flurries.
At Leknes we checked into our accommodation. It is an absolute dream. Anna Gerd is our charming host at her guesthouse, Lofoten Guesthouse, and she welcomed us so profusely and warmly with tea and cake and wonderful hospitality. Her guesthouse is just lovely, set outside of Leknes, with a frozen lake out back, and such warmth inside. It will be such a treat staying her for the next three ...
... explore before settling down for a game of UNO- one of the best games ever - I won with my final score getting me over 300 points in the 1 go! Yay! We then went up on deck as we sailed through the fjords- the moon gave just enough light to enable us to make out the mountains either side- the head chef was cooking fishcakes for everyone and people were milling around enjoying the first night on board, we settled down and were soon rocked to sleep by the gentle roll of the ...
... was throwing his metal axe at the wooden board and another was simultaneously retrieving his from the same board. Fortunately no-one got an axe to the back of the head because that's the last thing you need on holiday. In the museum I learned more about Norse Mythology and Ragnarok, which was exciting for me. I think I might have to get some books on it when I get back. There was a recreated Viking chieftains house, which contained more open fires and weaponry, and was built ...