Ski-Inn RukaVillage Hotel & Apartments
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... what made the house visit special was the 91 year old lady who gave us a personal tour. She used to live in this house and told us stories from the war time and how she remembered Marja's dad as a child. She said he (Marja's dad) was asked by the soldiers to look after the rations while they went for lunch and coffee. He would stand protective and proud until they returned. Visiting this small and private museum was a great hi-light ...
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 ...
... to the shoreline and the Quinzee area, I snap some pictures of them heading off, and I make my way back.
The silence is deafening, but oddly comforting at the same time. It is weird to think of where I am, what I am doing, and that tomorrow it will all be over. I spend some quiet time down by the Quinzees and the Tepee ('Kota’), snapping some last pictures, before heading back up to return my equipment. I am going to miss this ...
... 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 ...
... license! :Op
The reindeer, we were told, could be quite temperamental. You cannot predict whether they will run speedily around the tracks, or saunter at a snail's pace. The plan was to set the first person away, and when they complete the loop, the herdsman will attempt to slow down and grab the reindeer with the use of food, at which point we were expected to quickly jump on the sleigh while the other got off and handed the reins ...