Travel Blogs from Arvidsjaur
Set off at 9.15am for a 450k drive to Arvidsjaur, heading north.
Roads were a nightmare we must have come across approx 10 other vehicles on the way, made good time and arrived at 2pm.
Mark was on Mousse and Reindeer watch and after mistakenly pointing out 2 boulders and a wooden chair we found loads of wild reindeer (and a cat) great drive …
... Then they all stopped at the same time. Matti said that because we were still pretty close to their home the dogs were communicating with the dogs that were still in the Kennels, every so often we could hear them reply very faintly in the distance.
We woke up nice and early and had breakfast, Chris went to collect some more water so Matti could boil it for our thermos' and our tea and coffee. We packed up our stuff in the tent, fed the dogs and got them prepared to continue ...
... get dinner and then went to bed.
We had to take the 6.30am bus to the airport after our free breakfast buffet. After a little bit of mucking around we finally checked in and all was going smoothly.
It was so cold and windy in London and our flight was delayed because of the winds. Due to the tail winds we arrived at Stockholm in 1hr 45minutes after departure. In Stockholm it was a cool 2*c...brrr and there was a little bit of snow on the ground ...
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# of bus rides: 11
# of taxis: 2
# of trains: 134
It has been two months since I have arrived in Luleň. This means, that my time here is already halfway over. I have learned more in these past two months than I have in my 21 years of life and that is mostly attributed to the wonderful people that I have met while here. From friendly people in the library who recognize my accent, to happy strangers who take pity on three exchange students who are lost in Norway, to the friends who make me smile ...