BEST WESTERN Narvik Hotell
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My supervisors at the university invited me to go for a seminar/excursion to the north of Sweden. We had our Chinese colleagues in town to discuss some mercury research, which was the whole reason for going around the country. Since they were going to be paying for everything, I couldn't say no!
We traveled throughout the whole country by train and car. First we started in Umeň, which is about 8 hours north of Stockholm. Then it was off to Vindeln, Kiruna, and Abisko. ...
... was looking at the views but I don't think Zoe liked it that much.
It was a really warm day and the views were spectacular, although there was some distant haze. You could see right over the Ofotfjord and over the mountains to some amazing glaciers.
There is a cafe up on the mountain which for Norway was not overpriced. On the recommendation of the young man behind the counter I had the chicken curry wrap which I have to say was really good. You can either sit inside ...
... br> Noc 200km NE od Trondheim - 5st. C
Noc pod Fauske - 9st. C, deszcz
Obudziwszy sie na stacji pod Oslo zwinalem nieprzyjemnie morky, bo zlany nocnym deszczem namiot i stanalem na punkcie. Jeszcze tego nie wiedzialem, ale juz tego samego dnia mialem zasnac 500km na polnoc dalej, pod Trondheim. Jednak po kolei.
Wpierw pewien mundurowy dowiozl mnie 40km do Jessheim, potem ktos inny wzdluz jeziorka Mjosa, chyba najdluzszego w Norwegii (na oko ze ...
... a stream. We made our fastest ever tent pitch and cooked dinner (about 25 mins from start to finish eating!) fending off the midges using our midge nets for the second time on this trip. Repack packs and straight to bed (we have got the technique of repacking while inside the tent down to a fine art)! The night was punctuated by, what was to us western australians, dinky iron ore trains with 40 small wagons trundling past above us on the hill.
Bentley and I caught the 4 hour bus to Narvik. I spent pretty most of the ride staring out the window at the most amazing sunset, fjords and landscapes.
The views we saw up here have been probably the most impresive views I've seen all year.
We hit Narvik for 2 reasons. It has a train that will take you to Stockholm, and you can ski there.
We arrived late, stayed at the worlds most expensive hostel (40GBP per person per night) and the ...