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Bem localizado, café-da-manhã internacional, wi-fi free e tem waffles "de grátis" a tarde
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... exclaimed "Feckin England? Feckin Liverpool! Hahaha get in please, no charge!"
Thank you foul mouthed scousers! Gru and I chatted all the way to the airport, he was a Slovenian ex pilot who had spent many a fond afternoon getting drunk in liverpudlian pubs and learning how to swear at everything.
Thanks to Gru, made the plane (in a slightly merry state, as had to down the rest of the rum in my hip flask at baggage control)and was on my way out of Scandinavia and onto ...
... cable car station up top for quite a while. By the time we got back to the ship pier, it was close to 6pm. The ship was scheduled to sail at 6:30.
The view at the top of the mountain was gorgeous. Unfortunately it was a bit hazy, so the photos were not as crisp as they could be. It was a beautiful sunny day today so we were lucky. There were other mountain ranges nearby. One of them was rated most difficult to climb, another was rated medium difficulty. The ...
... decorated the door to our cabin for Karl’s birthday! I hadn’t slept well the night before (maybe all that Midnight Sun), so we took a nap after lunch. For dinner we went to the Italian specialty restaurant onboard, Sabatini’s. We had a great dinner – especially good (of course) was the pasta course. After dinner we went to see the show, “The McDonald Brothers”. They were 2 very talented young men from ...
... This was an expensive mistake but it sure was funny as hell. Set the alarm after cleaning up our room that looked like a bomb went off in it and tried to get some sleep. Most awful day ever. Woke at 5, heaved our bags through the town as well as the snow, sludge and ice. Had to wait 30 mins in the minus degree temperature. Then the bus-a-thon started. We were dropped off into the middle of now where on some random island. This continued on through out the entire day. On the ...
... br> We finally had to leave our Sami friends and the reindeers needed some rest and food so we made our way to a local farm by the beach where, in a wooden hut in the style of a Lavvo, we were served hot coffee and Bidos, a traditional Sami meal consisting of vegetables and reindeer meat. This was followed by marshmallow which we all enjoyed toasting by the fire.
We had a short time after the meal to take a walk around and maybe to the beach, the snow was ...