Original Sokos Hotel Kuusamo
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Not only did we survive the New York snow storms we also survived the late night subway train from JFK to Manhattan.
For the first time on this 4 month trip I felt a little nervous while riding the NYC subway. We have used buses, trains, taxis, aeroplanes, minivans, collectivos, bicitaxis, boats and ferries but not once did I have any fear inside while travelling on these modes of transport. It was ...
Here we are again, Posio Finland, where Marja grew-up. Trusty old Banksy has got us here for the second time after 4500 slow kilometers.
We arrived on 11th July and have decided to stay longer than planned due to the fantastic weather, between 21c and 28c since we got here. The days are warm and I'm enjoying the heat on my bones as I fear it will be colder when we get to Norway. The only thing is I enjoy a sunset beer after a ...
... Finnish Herdsman's shelter, where the father-in-law had been hiding while drawing a fire for us. All cosy and warm, we shared a cuppa, and then reindeer sausages beside the fire. I think I have already said, maybe in another blog, that I am not a sausage fan, but these were tasty. They were frankfurter type sausages, so already cooked, but we were given a stick to use to warm them up with the fire. We finished off with some delicious Finnish ...
... behind me. She got them moving again pronto. These pups are hardcore; they pee and poop on the move, although we are told to at least try to slow down when they are doing their business. Not sure how much that is just so you don't get splattered :Op They also grab mouthfuls of snow -as a drink- every now and again while they are running along.
The 10km route is well established, and the tracks are a deep groove with a good foot or ...
... aside from the barking of a dog who is probably wandering what all the strange folk making all the noise are up to. We had a chuckle about the fact that the whole village must roll their eyes when the new intake of Basecamp travellers descends on a Monday afternoon.
We walk down a track to the edge of what would be the lake, if it wasn’t frozen. A brave couple of souls decide they want to venture along ...