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Wuthering heights: Ascending Norway’s Preikestolen Rock

  • on Friday, November 11th, 2011

Ask one to name three Norwegian landmarks that first spring to mind, and the answer will likely include Flåm railway, Geiranger fjord and Preikestolen. Never heard of the last one?...

Northern Norway: The land of the midnight sun (II)

  • on Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Continued from Northern Norway: The land of the midnight sun (I)Narvik The call of the oystercatcher still echoes in my ears as I travel to my next destination – the...

Northern Norway: The land of the midnight sun (I)

  • on Monday, September 19th, 2011

It started with a doodle. At an unexciting work meeting last summer, my mind wandered away from the heat of central London to the mysterious lands of the Norwegian Arctic....

I can still recall: Last summer’s highlights

  • on Thursday, September 15th, 2011

The summer is over. At least such is the message the UK media have been force-feeding us for the past couple of weeks, as if taking special pleasure in going...

The Faroe Islands: Second time around

  • on Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

This time last year, I unexpectedly found myself in the centre of attention. This blog received thousands of views, a number most unusual for a humble affair of its sort....

Svalbard, an eerie Arctic land

  • on Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

I was naive to think my long weekend was sorted. The original plan was to travel from the Greek island of Chios in Greece to Izmir in Turkey – when...

Tromsø: Land of the Northern Lights

  • on Saturday, February 19th, 2011

Day 1: Chasing the Aurora“No pencil can draw it, no colours can paint it, and no words can describe it in all its magnificence”. Karl Weyprecht, an Austrian arctic explorer,...

Finns, ferries and Tallinn

  • on Monday, December 6th, 2010

There is one thing an average Finn and I have in common. Ask me if I have been to Tallinn, and I’ll shrug in response. Isn’t it obvious? A Latvian,...

Norway in a Nutshell: Bergen, Flåm and Sognefjorden

  • on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

The plane soared up, made a full U-turn over Gatwick and headed northeast. This was most unusual. Nearly all of my flights to Europe go over England’s south-eastern coast, the...



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