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... troops from both sides, frozen to death. What a thought.
It was still sunny outside, which lifted our spirits and we set off on the return route, one that was a little further than the direct 971, taking the E6 and then the E75 homewards. The E6 took us westwards along the side of the huge Varangerfjord, with hills on its far shore still boasting patches of snow. It was lovely, quite quite lovely. Then, our road headed ...
Drove along miles of road with pine forests and lakes- really beautiful although not as spectacular as Norway. Going to be hard not to compare all subsequent scenery with Norway. Reached Ivalo for coffee and tourist info. Discovered we had missed the Sami town of Inari. Drove back, found our camp for the night and started the washing. Part way ...
... br> so km.
If there was ever an empty main road then this road must be it. In all the
70km I only saw 4 cars. There was actually more wildlife on the road than there
were cars. I saw a few large camel looking animals which I can only think were
some sort of very large deer. Then standing in a feel was a rather poor soaked
fox and of course there was loads of Arctic Reindeer.
The temperature has remained freezing today and the highest it has reached
was 2 ...
... given a sausage to toast over the fire, my personal favorite. Sausages have never tasted so good!
On good nights, you'll be lucky enough to catch the northern lights as you cruise down the icy roads! Unfortunately we were not that lucky but the journey was still fun nonetheless.
Even though the night ...
... Finnair (One World Alliance)
Cost: (Returned) Euro 185.87/pax
Duration: 1 hr 30 mins
Booked: Finnair via eDreams.com
Transport: (to/fro airport) Euro 20/trip
Airport pick up: Via Mr Henri's personal vehicle
Accommodation in Ivalo: Näverniemi Holiday Center
Cost: Euro 120/night (up to 6 pax)
Booked: Cottage with Sauna via ...