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... night's dinner and afterword I headed out for a night-time ski on the lit trails. At one point the lights ended and I continued for another half an hour. The night sky was partly clear and I was hoping to get a glimpse of the Northern LIghts. A local brochure said that the aurora is visible 200 days a year in this area but the cloud cover often gets in the way. Alas there was no light show this night.
... were able to go
a lot faster now that we didn't have the little toddler with us and
we were able to go a bit deeper into the forest on the more
Best. Day. Ever!!! I felt like Christmas had come early this morning as we prepared to visit Lapland's most famous resident. After a breakfast buffet to rival yesterday's, we met Maria, our tour guide, in reception. She greeted us warmly and then, with a sparkle in her eye, posed the big question. "Are you ready to meet Santa?" (Let me just say now, you can forget Santa. He'll always be Father Christmas to me. And, at least for as long as it takes you to read this post, he will ...
... back into town braving the now -11 degree temperatures, to find some finnish cuisine!
It was a nice fresh walk back into town, and when we walked into Nili Restaurant it was a welcomed relief from the cold. We then enjoyed one of our best meals! The waitress was fantastic and recommended sautéed reindeer and arctic salmon, which are very traditional Finnish dishes. To top off the night we shared a wonderful cheese and cloudberry desert!
By the time ...
... boiled potato and fresh salad in the stall. The man behind the counter explains that for 8,50 € I can have everything from there as much as I want plus juice and coffee. He talks clear and slow. Maybe I look somehow dim-witted or is it because he's a dark-eyed fellow named Mirka. Mirka, Mirka...? Wasn't this a prince in a Hungarian fairy tale? The one whose father had one crying and one laughing eye? No, that was Mirko. Anyway, surprisingly many ...