Hotel Vik Arctic Comfort
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Wednesday I didn't do much! Tours were cancelled due to high winds and blowing snow! Again wandered the city...very very windy and so much blowing snow! I did go the church up the road..very cool I must say, though I almost literally got blown away! :). I met an American guy and a Dutch guy in my hostel. This hostel doesn't. have a common room or kitchen but has a bar! So I sat there for a lot of ...
... due to the extremely
windy and snowy weather here in UK.
Finally after about a hour delay we boarded the flight and off we headed
north into some mighty rough weather.
As I had been working all day I was hoping to get my head back and rest
but thanks to the extremely strong wind outside there was no resting on this
As we started making out decent ...
... wind and it was so fierce that we couldn't stop laughing! I'm really glad we brought warm clothes on this trip! Stefan poured us all a glass of brandywine, a type of schnapps flavoured with Cumin also known as Black Death, and had to knock it back quickly before the wind blew it out of our hands.
Acknowledging that we were somewhat unlikely to see any northern lights at this point we got back in the car, dripping wet, and continued on our way. Next ...
... from the same street as our accommodation, and set off in plenty of time. Well, after 25 minutes of walking to what google maps told us was a 7 min walk, we asked for directions. The lady checked her phone and told us we were on the wrong side of the building. We went around the building, nothing. The pickup point was at a hotel, about 100 numbers along the same road. No me we asked had ever heard ...
It was interesting seeing the unique landscape as sections were covered in snow and the other side not. The rivers also carved interesting strands as they made their way thru.