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A 5.30 wake up call this morning but we were up before that as we could hear others in the room next to us shuffling around. Pack, shower, bags out at 7.00. Breakfast, back to the room for cleaning teeth and final pack of our carry on luggage. On the bus at 7.45.
We snuggled into the seats and travelled around the fiord which had a thin layer of mist as did the surrounding mountains. We went through a few tunnels and after about 10 minutes ...
... the spot where we had overnighted the previous day and went for a walk, and couldn't believe the difference.
The photos don't do it justice - remember if you 'click on' the photos you can see them in a ...
... another LPG pump station down a back street. Arrive and there’s 6 inches of fresh snow on the access road and more on the ground where the pump is. Oh well….Got in, got the gas thanks to user friendly instructions in a language I understand - only £10 - and got out easy as. Back to the highway and on the way. More heavy snow, so much that although we are making progress but the build up on the windscreen wipers, and the rate of fall means we can ...
... world. Anyway, back to the story With the British off back to France the Norwegians did not have enough fire power to resist the invasion from Germany for long just a couple of months and spent the rest of the war occupied. There are some horrid stories about evacuees, prisoner of war camps which I will not go into here but Narvik is definitely worth a visit. So another full day. Tomorrow we are off to bodo so off to sleep now another 300 kms. More amazing scenery and twisty mountain ...
... from the owner, so they need to be put in the front.
While the guides were busy sorting this out, we got to meet the dogs. They were very enthusiastic to get petted by us! Eventually two sleds were geared up and ready to go.
The guides took us on a (quite bumpy!) ride through Abisko National Park. During sledding, the dogs didn't bark at all, so it's a very serene mode of transportation. The view was fantastic! This park ...