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... for me, purely for the characterful and honest old lady. Strongly recommend if anyone is in Posio.
Within the next couple of days we head off north for a few hundred kilometers to Tromso-Norway.
From here the real test for Banksy will start, we will drive the entire length of Norway through tunnels, over bridges and over several mountain passes which include the scary one featured on Top Gear, Trollstigen.
The return flight to London was so much better than the outbound. I think most of the people were on both flights. This time I was seated next to a mother and her young daughter -the father and another daughter were in the row in front. I read the second half of my book, and smiled as I listened to the little girl in my row make up poems. One in particular was quite good; about her pet rabbit, and how he likes to watch ...
... but it was visible all the same, and it made a lot of people very happy.
*No photographs from this sighting. I was happy to just take in the moment. If I acquire any from my fellow adventurers, I will add them here*
Free day tomorrow, until check-out at 3pm. Might do a bit more skiing. Oooooh I'll enjoy that warm bed ...
... hot chocolate with mint liquor after dinner, but my wish to make it through the whole night without needing to go to the loo was greater than anything else ;O) After dinner last night, we were supplied with a sleeping mat, a sleeping bag liner, and a sleeping bag. This little lot saw me through until 7:15am in my Quinzee with Lee. From our group of five, there was only Lee and I up for the challenge. To be fair, I don't think we'd ...
... a piece of Reindeer horn for the drumstick, so to speak.
Thanks to the magic of the interweb, I can 'edit to add’ a picture of my finished Sami Drum. I wanted to decorate it with symbols relevant to my trip, hence the Reindeers, and the Aurora Borealis, the Tepee and Sami Village, etc. I might have added more, had I had more time, but according to Meiju, they can be as sparse or as crowded with symbols as you want them to be.