Santa'S Hotel Tunturi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to get a splint, returned to the group and then have it examined back in Singapore. The 4 of us missed the Santa's Resort Tour.
That was not a problem for Serene and I as we will be visiting the larger Santa's Village in Rovaniemi later in the trip.
Serene's hand is slightly swollen, painful has limited mobility. We decided to continue with our extended 4 day and have it looked at when we return to Singapore.
... and there was no need to go to the hospital for further observation and tests.
We had a Sami salmon soap lunch inside a communal hut with a huge fireplace in the middle.
While we were doing our husky ride, the other half of our group was doing the snow Mobile ride. One of the participants, a female driver, rammed her mobile into a tree. The vehicle was slightly damage but the rider wasn't so lucky. Her husband was thrown out the mobile while she suffered ...
... rushed out, camera in tow. It was a good thing because we were able to enjoy a wonderful show.
On the second day we did a reindeer safari that was enjoyable. Our guide, Visa, was lots of fun and had many stories to share with us. Best part of the day was taking a break where he made a fire, prepared some coffee and carved a bird out of one of the logs of firewood. There was something a bit off when we had reindeer stew for lunch, though. Sorta ...
... danger of "having their own life" on a plate, but in the two or three meals we've had, the chefs seem to do a wonderful job of pairing them well and giving them just enough flavor to truly compliment the meal. My chicken was delicious. And the atmosphere was delightful as well: a slight odor of firewood, a roaring fireplace, darkish interior with large windows framed by snow laden trees outside. Hmmm. Yes, and ...
This evening we were going on a snowmobile safari! Our last chance to see the lights. We layered up, and went to the bar for a drink before dinner. Tonight we had vegetable soup as an entree, fish and vegetables in a mushroom sauce for our main, and a berry compote for dessert.
We walked outside to check the temperature while we waited for our transfer - minus 22! No wonder we were cold!
We all piled into the van which took us ...