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... of the Sami people, the indigenous people of Finland. It was comprehensive and informative, but not very engaging. The whole thing was a series of information boards full of text and you had to scroll through them to find the English version. However, we did learn a bit about Lapland. For example, one day in summer lasts for two months, as the sun doesn't set in Inari between May 22 and July 22. Six months later, it is the turn of darkness, when the sun doesn't rise above ...
... Our itinerary said the bus would arrive at the train station at 11am. We were advised to board at the train station to ensure we got a seat, but to call a number to confirm the timetable. The man at hotel reception rang for us and informed us that the bus would leave the train station at 11.30am and the bus station at 11.45am. He suggested we go to the bus station, as we would just be sitting on the stationary bus for half an hour at the train station, but we ...
... remote. The biggest industry there was fishing, with tourism ranked number 2. Our guide was a young lady who lived in one of the 5 fishing villages. There were 2 excursions. One was to North Cape, which had 7 bus loads of people. The other was our bird watching safari, which had about 20 people - I was so glad! A big bus took our safari group to the fishing village that was about 45 minutes away. We enjoyed beautiful scenery plus reindeer along the way. ...
Finaly. My first part of the journey has come to an end. Today and here in noordkaap i have finally reached my goal to travel throug norway all the way to the end!
besides a beautifull sunset not so spectacular, other than the fact that i did it from holland with the mc all the way up north.
tonight i will be sleaping on the north cape, tomorrow i will start my journey back home via finland.
... the port includes a statue of a St. Bernard who is credited with saving at least two lives during WWII. There were troll statues and an ice bar.
We sailed past the North Cape which has a visitor center and world globe. It is at 71 degrees 10' 21". It is considered the top of the world.