Travel Blogs from Kittilä
... to Julli's for dinner. Julli's has been open in Äkäslompolo since 1999 and the menu probably hasn't changed in all that time, which is probably one of the reasons it remains very popular and like today, really busy.
We managed to get the last table in restaurant, a table for six, on the proviso that we would have to share if others came (which they did before we even ordered). Every time we're in Äkäslompolo we make at least ...
... blue or bright orange. There is plenty of choice in the shop too except David always seems to gravitate towards jackets that cost in excess of €400 (about NZ $650) so they end up staying on the rail.
The snow was falling quite heavily and David decided to clear the snow from the car and the driveway before it got too deep. It was only a few centimetres deep, but when you have to clear an area of about 7 metres by 12 metres, it's actually a ...
... he may have seen a little elf in the forest.
After some elf made pancakes (pronounced by Tom as the best ever) we sleighed back for tobogganing before lunch. (The iPad will know how to spell "tobogganing" by the end of this week as Tom has announced that he will be spending all his free time in this pursuit).
We made gingerbread biscuits and then the kids decorated the Xmas tree together and chatted about what they wanted for ...
Kokku koguneb 20,2 km, liikumisaeg 6,5 tundi.
Saun on soe! Ja kamin köeb hubaselt. Laval istudes on mõnus kuulata, kuidas tuul ümber maja vuhiseb. Eriti mõnus on teada, kuidas see seal õues välja nägi ja tundus.
Täna igal pool pilv ja öine autosõit jääb ära. Homme pilve sees auk Rootsis.
At half past eight ringing alarm-clock doesn't seem very nice. Still I get up and go to shower. Clothes on, unnecessary things out from pockets (or so ...
... the field and put the camera on tripod. The strip moves itself here and there, looks cool on the screen but only like a lighter place with naked eye. Suddenly it starts to twist, rises higher and turns green even without the help of modern technology. Fades away for a moment like to collect strength and diverges directly above into many swirling ribbons. Someone must be running on it from above. All sky is green. And silence, no wind, no sound. Finally the ...
Other places to stay in Kittilä
Valtatie 49, Kittilä | 3 star hotelfrom $100