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... last Ice Age. There are 75,000 of them today, most living in Norway. The Sami village & museum, SIIDA, made us familiar with their history & culture as well as the nature of northern Lapland. The best part was a brilliant photography display of the changing seasons, showing the landscape, vegetation, wildlife etc for each month of the year. After this, we ...
... to match. Hit the number on the necklace box to match the number on the walk. If you did you were rewarded with birds a chirping and the soothing voice of a lady explaining the history and etchings on the rocks. It even came with matching pictures to assist you to find the matching rock.
The rocks were carved 7,000 years ago as the ice age retreated. There was originally 3kms of ice above the lake where the carvings are located. As the ice ...
... I can't believe how lucky we have been with the weather. Today the skies are cloudy but the sun keeps peeping through and there has been no rain as yet. The road winds its way around the edges of the cliff face, sometimes high above the waterline and other times along the foreshore. Every now and again we will pass a red painted house or a small fishing village but the landscape is pristine with little signs of civilisation. Often you can see ...
... interrupted by lakes of various sizes. Arrived at the hotel about 2.00pm
At 3.30 we were off to Sorrisniva, site of the world famous Igloo Hotel. It was here that we boarded traditional canoes (with outboard motor) with 8 of us in each. We travelled up the Alta river which in some sections is 25 meters deep and this is where the biggest salmon lurk.
On our return to the Igloo Hotel a hot drink and Norwegian waffles were waiting
Back to the hotel for dinner.
... Gjesvaer on the western side of the island where we went on a Bird Safari. The area we travelled through was again spectacular with snow cover areas, beautiful lakes and herds of reindeer. The area has been described as 'like a BBC wildlife documentary'. We boarded a largish ship and circumnavigated a few islands. The King and Queen of Norway were on their ship in the harbour, couldn't quite see in the port holes as we passed by. ...