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... of land marked by the high cliffs of Alkefjellet which hosts one of the largest concentrations of nesting seabirds in Svalbard. Everyone rushes to the bow, binoculars and cameras in hand or around their necks.
At breakfast, Lucho tells us we will spend a leisurely morning looking for polar bears. A member of the staff spots one but he or she (the bear) is too far away to see much or take a photo. As a fallback we ...
Today Becca and I took a bus from Umeċ to Docksta to go hiking on the High Coast at Skuleskogan Nationalpark. The bus ride was a little over two hours, but it was a nice coach bus and it had wifi which is always a positive! When we got off at the Docksta bus stop, there were winds of up to 35 miles per hour. Additionally, we were in a VERY small town. We packed sandwiches to eat at the park for dinner but wanted to find a place to eat lunch in town - however, ...
After a good night's sleep (cold really does help, obviously), we woke to the same sort of weather ie breezy and chill. We had little distance to cover so we were in no hurry to get going but still, it was hard to stand for 10 minutes under the shower to use up the allotted time (they charged SEK20 for a 10 minute shower – I mean what’s wrong with SEK10 for 5 minutes? Julie and I often share a 4 minute shower and still have time over!). Anyway, be that as ...
... were nice and close and the hotel just a few yards beyond that, so it was very convenient. Quite expensive, as we’d anticipated, as hotels charge more and
here it cost money to shower, money to use the washing machine and money
for electricity, all in all SEK310 or about £30.00. Still that meant that we
would have clean clothes and bedding and extra luxury, we could use the fan
heater to warm the boat! Oh, they also had ...
... process (which converts sugar to acids, gases and alcohol) of at least six months gives the lightly-salted fish its characteristic strong smell and somewhat acidulous taste.
When opened, the contents release a strong and sometimes overwhelming odour; the dish is ordinarily eaten outdoors. According to a Japanese study, a newly opened can of surströmming has one of the most putrid food ...