Nellim Wilderness Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... arctic sea..... It seemed to go on forever. Tonight we are staying in Honningsvag, population approx 2,500. Pretty as a picture. Not a lot happening in the town but they do have a picture theatre which is a big thing around here and it is also classified as a city even though you normally have to have 5,000 residents by Norwegian law. This is where most people would stay if they were planning to see the northern lights. This is not even remotely likely ...
Before we left we had a nice hot Irish coffee to keep us warm before catching our transfer to the airport. Just before getting our bags we met a guy who had taken some photos of the lights from the night before. His turned out perfectly! (ours were just photos of the darkness!) So we grabbed his email address and he said he'd send them through to me. ...
... to fall off! It was the clearest day we'd had so far, and definately the coldest.
After we'd eaten, we rugged up warm and went for a big walk. We didn't last very long, maybe half an hour, before we had to turn back because despite all our layers we were freezing! We had a sauna to warm up, and started the fire again.
We spend the rest of the afternoon lounging around. John finished his book, we finished the marshmallows, and had a nap until ...
... We listened to our guide Linda talk about the huskies - how they are trained etc while we warmed up in front of the fire.
Once back at the resort we had some lunch and then spent the rest of the day lounging around in the bar, having a few drinks and reading our books on the couch in front of the heater. Tonight we were sleeping in a snow igloo, and as you can imagine it's not the warmest of places to hang out, so we waited until ...
... spent my time staring out at the stunning view - brilliant blue sky and puffy white clouds surrounded us. I felt so lucky to have the opportunity to take a holiday like this.
We arrived at the small airport at around lunchtime. Everything was covered in a thick blanket of snow! After finally collecting our bags (they took a while to come through, and I was having visions of us trying to survive the bitter cold ...