Hotel Arran Nordkapp
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... has 100% Norwegian wool, where many of the other lines from Dale do not guarantee that. I've bought enough cream and purple to make a striped hat - I'm going to call it my "Nordkapp Cap", lol. There may technically be other more northerly places to buy yarn (she mentioned a shelf of yarn in a shop in Gjesvær? - Norway excels at putting yarn in random places), but for dedicated shops, this is as far North as it goes!
... found their way down the mountains and running into the water of the fiord.
We stopped at Russenes for sweet potato soup and bread.
Continued our journey passing through 5 tunnels, last one from the mainland to Honningsvag was over 6 kms, the largest in the world.
After arrival Yolande and I had a quick wondered around the harbour and withdrew yet another currency from the ATM.
We bussed our ...
... the sea. This tunnel replaces the old ferry which used to be the only way to reach North Cape, unless you came by ship. We are staying in the town of Honningsvag on the island of Maderoya.This is our base for the trip up to Cape North tonight to watch the midnight sun on the day of the solstice ( longest day of the year). It is quite a celebration in Scandinavia with parties and bonfires across the north. Arrived in Honningsvag at 5.30pm just in time ...
... of years age and the tolls came off. The Norwegians are very good about this.
We then went through another long tunnel to Honningsvag, the main port and small town. The Hurtigruten was in port when we passed through. It arrives at 11.30 am and ...
... spades and artistically abandoned wheelbarrow flower pots.
One in particular, the beautiful oyster catcher, took a great fancy to the whole thing and became a glowing symbol of success for the determined if limited amount of Forres Academy tree-huggers, right until the day its fluffy little babies fell into the pond and, unable to escape over the aesthetically pleasing if ultimately pointless and lethal wall, sunk to their grizzly ...