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In Lapland going north you never know what to expect when driving long distances. The main roads are almost always covered with a thick crust of ice, approaching cars and trucks enshroud you in clouds of snow powder, sudden and heavy snow storms can pose severe traffic problems.
To be on the safe side we started early into the cold and …
... iota, the poached salmon was nice and the blackberry panna cotta was the nicest thing we've had since joining the cruise. Sitting back in the lounge on the top deck was a little too relaxing and I could feel my eyes getting heavy. We still had nearly three hours until the midnight concert at the Arctic Cathedral, but my chances of staying awake through it were slim. So I did something I don't usually do - I went to bed. A ...
Marathon running has been put on hold for the time being.The last time I excitedly went into a rant about the race, 78° North in Spitsbergen and how incredible it’s going to be (whilst on crutches) a mountain guide replied “you can forget about it”. Something I was refusing to even consider, never mind accept. Well that was it.I thought that choosing a sport to fall in love with was a pretty safe option. I wasn't expecting to have to ‘put it ...
Clear skies, what!? The Northern lights have finally introduced themselves.. Soon they will be much stronger and effortlessly dancing across our night sky. I was lay in bed ready for a well deserved sleep with my alarm set for 05.30. The joys. And just as I was dozing off I got woken up by my best friend. "Taaaasha, moose! Come quick!..... But... SSSSHHHH!". Excitedly we snook downstairs and had a ...
... in-a-lifetime-opportunity' and 'while-you-still-can', while Nona and I were left in charge of our own pack of five lady dogs.
We had expected the dogs to be wild wolf-like vicious creatures (think: Nanook of the North), but they were actually very cute and friendly, though they did suffer from some dog-variety of ADHD. As Thomas was commandeering the dogs that would be pulling us today into their harness, all 25 others seemed ...