Svolvaer Hotell Lofoten
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... was there and the sign said "boarding". We tried the door to get outside but it was locked. We feared they had already closed the gate. We ran to another gate and tried to get outside. I was yelling at Lindy "we need to get outside" he was yelling "we can't just run out on the Tarmac but I guess we're going to". We couldn't find a way outside so we returned to the gate we arrived at. They made some calls and then told us go to gate ...
The ship has been sat on a 30 degree tilt in the middle of the North Sea for the last 45 minutes. It isn't like regular rough sea where, in one sudden flash, the ship becomes devoid of all life; the only sound a vague, tinkling echo from all the cake spoons and coffee cups being slammed down as the passengers rush off to vomit in toilet bowls, sinks and bins for the rest of the day. I can usually be found around this time, perching my bottom in a blissfully silent bar, ...
... 500px. With a blazing aurora at its back, this picture on 500px inspired us to track it down. Rod, after painstaking research had come good on his promise to locate it. Whilst no aurora, it was a sweet little shot to take, and one to keep in mind if the aurora Gods relent and provide us an opportunity one night. We debate still the sacrificial offering we might have to make to appease these Gods. I must say though that I am not at all pleased with ...
... can't be completely sure, but after about 4 or 5 of these, I swear it became "Can I Help You Off The Friggin Plane, Stop Pushing That Friggin Button'. Anyway, 10 1/2 hours later we arrived in Helsinki.
By this stage though, am already getting tired of having to go through security scans at each stop. In Helsinki (and later again in Oslo) even the belt had to come off. They take security very ...
... weird northern accent) where in Norway he was from... Cheshire he responded- explains a lot! We arrived around 10am and got into our dry suits hoods gloves and were whisked away to the rib which would be taking us out- there was only 10 of us so we all fitted onto the one boat and off we went- it was around 11am by this point and the sun had just risen making the sky a grey blue rather than black which is all we had seen up until now, within 10 minutes we had found our first set of ...