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... to Julli's for dinner. Julli's has been open in Äkäslompolo since 1999 and the menu probably hasn't changed in all that time, which is probably one of the reasons it remains very popular and like today, really busy.
We managed to get the last table in restaurant, a table for six, on the proviso that we would have to share if others came (which they did before we even ordered). Every time we're in Äkäslompolo we make at least ...
... blue or bright orange. There is plenty of choice in the shop too except David always seems to gravitate towards jackets that cost in excess of €400 (about NZ $650) so they end up staying on the rail.
The snow was falling quite heavily and David decided to clear the snow from the car and the driveway before it got too deep. It was only a few centimetres deep, but when you have to clear an area of about 7 metres by 12 metres, it's actually a ...
... is much easier to see without goggles. The slopes were in fantastic condition and made for great riding. Despite the six layers of clothing, one hour is a good length of time to be out on the slopes when it's this cold - any longer and you would start to feel it.
We went in to see Aki, Maria's uncle, in the ski shop while we waited for Janne to collect us and take us back to the cabin. While we peeled off all our layers, Janne cooked us a nice ...
... The sky becomes a beautiful colour at this time of day, on one side of the sky it is quite light blue whilst on the other it's inky black. It's not often you get to see such a variance in colour in the sky, at the same time.
Back in the cabin, we made homemade pizza for dinner and Ronja arrived just in time. After dinner, as seemed to be becoming the norm, we had more glögi and then we started to make a dent in the 1.5kg bucket of candy that we received at ...
The alarm was set for 8:30am and it was a real struggle to get up in the dark. We threw some clothes on and walked along the path from the cabin to the house for coffee and cakes.
Feeling a bit more awake after the caffeine and sugar, David set about chopping some firewood for everywhere there was a fireplace.
After some porridge, we packed the car and headed to Äkäslompolo, a small village on the western side of the ...