Best Western Svolvaer Hotell Lofoten
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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Another day based around Svolvaer in the northern part of the Lofoten Islands. The day started much like the previous day. That is, after a fitful night sleep, I got up again at about 4am. Again it looked pretty miserable outside with sleet, rain, snow and wind. Nevertheless, we hit the road again at about 6:45 heading north as we did the previous day. The plan however was to do a different route, taking a ring road around the western side. After an ...
... beanies and down jackets all played their part. I also had the crampons on the boots today and they were fantastic as we trudged through ice and snow. Without them it is dangerously slippery as Rod found out yesterday taking a spill on the hard ground that left him very, very ginger afterwards.
The weather forecast for the next few days remains pretty ordinary. Cloud, rain, sleet, snow, low ...
... stag and hen parties organised by our amazing friends- mine a weekend of festivals and glamping and tais a long weekend in berlin!! Before we knew it we were back in NZ, moved into a warm mouse free home with great friends, got addicted to protein shakes and cross fit and counted down the days till we headed back to the uk again for our wedding!! It was a great weekend - and to be honest all went by in a bit of a blur- I'm hoping the photographs will help me to piece together the day ...
... and jacket, snapping as many photos as I possibly could. We arrived in Svolvaer at 8:45pm, awesome - another dark night in a foregin city, looooooove it. However, this time was slightly different, it's a lot smaller than Oslo, and I had better directions : up one block, over four blocks, you're in heaven. K cool, got it. I followed the directions, got there .. couldn't find it. Panic starts to set in. I tried to remind myself that it's probably around there, ...
... She dreamt that their farm was going to be taken over, and it turned out she was right, so her dad took her and the family off to Iceland to escape the war. There was a thing about cutting a key in half. She had already fallen in love with a boy on Lofoten though and they had been on a horse together, and when she grew up she went back there on here own (having had further dreams) and the boy (now a beardy Viking man) was waiting for her. They put the two halves of the ...