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Travel Blogs from Pudasjarvi
... it is the best way to get around NYC and surrounding boroughs but we have also been assured by the locals that it is safe to use late at night (not sure about the north bound trains to the Bronx though).
We was prepared for the cold with long johns, hats, gloves, winter boots and coats but when we exited the subway onto 35th street......man the cold hit us. Our teeth were chattering as we tried ...
I sought out the "Arktikum" where I spent a few hours viewing a variety of exhibits. There was a dark room where the audience could lay down and view a simulation of the aurora borealis. Many displays were dedicated to the fragility of the arctic environment and the threat that pollution poses. The indigenous peoples of the arctic including Inuit and the local Sami were described and their role in ongoing development stressed.
... from the largest mall. In the first mall there is an interactive display involving a video driving game. There is going to be a major international car rally here on the weekend and this is part of the promotional activities.
I picked up some food and drink and filled my backpack before heading back to my cabin. On my way back across the bridge the sun was setting. It was 2:30 p.m. While crossing the bridge I heard some low ...
... waiting for him.
... Karelian traditions.
In our group there were also two Finns one of whom had a very sonorous voice. We asked him to read something out of the Kalevala that is said to have typical untranslatable rhyme schemes - beautiful! Without understanding a word I enjoyed listening very much. Since hoping for someone to post a read-out on Youtube (maybe on the creation of the world and with subtitles).