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... presentation with no audio showed photos from many arctic locations. The first picture in the Canada section showed a dump filled with discarded oil drums. Hmmmmmmm.
Another fascinating interactive screen allowed me to construct different snowflakes by altering the temperature and/or water content of the air.
A history section contained 2 scale models of Rovaniemi that had to be 15 ft by 20 ft each. The first depicted the town in 1939 ...
- I woke up early, had breakfast and checked out.
- I walked to the bus stop and jumped on the bus to the airport. I thought I'd be smart and have a go at the self service check in. Everything went great except that the kiosk had run out of stickers to print my bag tag.
- My plane arrived in Rovaniemi. It was only early afternoon and it was already getting dark. There was snow everywhere. It was -5 deg C.
- Patrick ...
... a lot bigger than I imagined (I was picturing a small village in the forest), everything appears to be closed on Mondays. It's like Sundays used to be. We walked past deserted shops and eateries. We tried the tourism office, but it was locked up tight, despite all the lights being on inside. Eventually we found a place offering tours which was actually open. We left booked in for a trip to Santa's Village, a huskie farm and a reindeer farm tomorrow and a Northern ...
... Sami people and their life, up to present day; the other about the Arctic, not just from Scandinavia but from the North Pole in all directions. While we were there, Rob and Rob had a coup! Santa came out for a break, spied their truck and they got lots of great photos of Santa and Ozzie. "Never seen a vehicle like that at Santaland". Camped in a road side stop, with the obligatory monster that walked away in the night! (watch this spot for ...
... to read them all! After lunch we girls went on a reindeer ride whilst Daniel had some time checking out the cross country ski runs. We were tucked into a sleigh under a thick and warm reindeer hide and taken through some beautiful snow covered forest full of birch and pine trees. At the end of the ride we sat inside a teepee and warmed our toes. It was quite a light day today, as the sun tried to peak through the clouds. It is just such ...