Bech's Hotel and Camping
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... The other attraction, on the second ferry trip we cross the polar circle again, so we are now back below the polar circle. Same symbolic globe in the landscape, maybe the same, maybe not, we have to verify how we went in the Hurtigruten last week and compare with the trip today to be sure.
Further on we moved to Mo i Rana, a small city on the E6 which we have to take to go back to the south tomorrow.
For dinner we went into city, but ...
... the ground, (670 metres above sea level) so we had to go play!! Not even cold, really. We lined up each truck to get a photo of each with the circle marker.
Drove on to find free camp beside a roaring river, hope it lulls us to sleep after all our exertions today. Sat out to eat dinner in the sun. Norway continues to be an amazing country, full of surprises and breathtaking scenery every day. So much better when we also have sunny, warm days, even if we are north of the Arctic ...
... of people had already lost their peg (not Peta or I).
We had lunch at the border to northern Norway during which I was intruded on by a Norwegian guy whilst on the toilet (I don't know how he got through the lock). In the arvo we had another pit stop at a salmon farm, which unfortunately meant that those re-entering the bus smelled like fish. By the end of the evening Peta had lost all her pegs, while I was up to ...
... and we eventually found our group and met our tour leader, Charin. Emilie, I and the other 3 members of our group were bustled into a mini van and driven two hours north of Phuket to Kapong (a province in Thailand). We realised its remoteness when we had to drive down a bumpy track into the mountain to reach the entrance to the orphanage. We were greeted by the team upon arrival and shown ...
... amp; relaxed ground staff, as well as friendly flight attendants and talkative pilots.
Here are some personal highlights:
- a pilot making announcements in Norwegian, English, German and French
- cabin attendant in the Dash 8 100 wearing interesting ear protection
- repeatedly moving passangers around "to get the balance right"
- an emergency exit door, where you see gaps in the seal (=looking outside) ...