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... 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 ...
... emergency exit doors fixed with tape
- cabin attendant announcing the flight time in seconds "Our estimated flight time is 1,200 seconds"
- they serve a small piece of chocolate on every flight (and after every stop) :D
- cabin attendant serving the pilots coffee during the flight and opening the cockpit door from within the cabin
- a plane missing quite a lot of its paint
- ground staff trying to convince us, that ...
Early breakfast and departure for the long ride north towards the Polar Circle. The ride is and was through typically stunning Norwegian scenery, in the 'Rain and Sleet' glad it's the summer here.
We follow the Trondheimsfjord through Steinkjer and Mosjoen a meer 360 miles before arriving at our base for the next night in the town of Mo i Rana at the head of the Ranafjorden. Tomorrow :
The Polar/Arctic Circle, early ...
... cooker, perfect, though I used the camp kitchen to do my cooking it was more convenient and did not leave a smell in my sleeping room.
I was just 50 miles from the Arctic Circle now and there was just one more surprise, there was a railway line 150 metres away across the river but when a train went past it shook the ...