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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Jussantupa Enonteki÷
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... well organised and offered a genuine insight into the Sami culture. The average Lap doesn't wear the "cute" clothing anymore and seems to have adopted the capitalist culture of where can I earn the most money for the least demanding work. They certainly don't work in the hotels and do menial jobs. It must have been a hard life in the old days being a reindeer herder. The spirit seems to have died though. Reindeer roundups are done via skimobiles and herding is ...
... and memorabilia of the war years and later. A little Swede showed us round in monosyllabic English and a bemused expression. The ground floor was almost a sauna temperature while upstairs was more akin to an industrial freezer unit. Interesting nonetheless and well worth the 3 Swedish Kroner entrance fee.
Back to the hutches and a shared "what've we got lunch". Our first activity of the day was snow-shoeing. Everyone gamely set off with huge foot paddles or facsimile ...
... pork. The bread and butter pudding made another appearance too - one wonders about the chef's culinary skills, or could it just be that we are over 200 km to the nearest large settlement? Filling and plentiful, but not cordon bleu.
The Sextet is clearly beginning to feel the effects of all the extra-routine excitement and fatigue is beginning to creep in significantly. The Rabbit Hutches are a good 15 minutes' walk ...
... were out again in a beautifully crisp (freezing) night sky. In many respects today's were more spectacular than yesterday's, though still not quite the usual picture postcard or TV shots. I managed to fit in a quick shot on the tripod, only for the rep to drag us off for our snowmobile briefing.
It's amazing how little information you need to be able to drive a snowmobile. It takes longer to put on a helmet than it does to be given instructions on which one is ...
... the sum total of her puny weight on the brake was no match for the power and enthusiasm of the huskies. After a dragging interlude a skidoo intercepted the dramatic bunch and the Keystone Cops interlude came to an end. G trudged back along the trail while S heaved and rocked with laughter at the incident.
After a brief half-way turn around pit stop, it was back along the trail for another exhilarating ride home. B and H were bringing up the rear ...