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... to the water lapping on the rocks beneath our cabin! The following day we woke up- drew back the curtains and were delighted to see the tips of the mountains and more mountains- more than we could see yesterday it was spectacular and we knew the snow shoe hiking would be on, we packed up our things as we had to check out and headed over to reception- the ice had gone a little so it was much easier today. Our guide - odd, that's actually his name- was ...
... the fish being thrown overboard from the boat, but that's how it felt. They appeared so suddenly it was as if they had been locked up on the boat and then someone opened the door and let the out. We stopped at least a dozen times and each time anywhere from three to six eagles appeared. At times they flew about a foot over our heads, giving us an extreme close up look at this bird of prey. The excursion also allowed us to see parts of the fjord the cruise ship couldn't get ...
... by coach with various stop-offs along the way. The ship dropped us off and then picked us up in Svolvaer at the end of the day.
First stop was in a little fishing village and we went to the fishing museum. A guy told us about the cod trade and fishermen. All through the town there was drying fish (cod) on racks. They cut the heads off and dried them separately and they were apparently eaten in a different ...
... and to my amazement it was totally iced over. The photos i got of this iced area with island sticking up from the ice were incredible. Heading on the road gets higher as it makes its way through the mountains. On a number of occasions I tried to get some photos of this coal train with the iced lake in the picture but it was simply not to be. Stopping on this main road is not always possible and of course where there are areas to stop its always the wrong ...
Temp. 4°C At 9.20am we crossed back over the Arctic Circle. Here is the monument on a rocky outcrop that signifies the position. I was actually having breakfast at the time so didn't manage my own photo. It's actually a sad moment because it also means I've run out of time to see the Northern Lights :( They just didn't want to come to the party. ...