After January, I planned to return to India for a while from Kiruna. It was not going to be easy leaving Kiruna. I lived there in summer and winter.. this time we had a small room in a shared apartment though our rent was pretty high. Whole day, as my husband left for his day, I... Continue Reading →
“In all things of nature there is something of the Marvelous “- Aristotle (394 BC-322 BC) The dramatic mountain landscape along the coastline extends from Sweden to Norway. The lure of the cliffs attracts me forever. You can just hop ,skip and jump away through the wilderness road. You can explore them by car... Continue Reading →
May be it is a little late for sharing this post , but better late than never. This christmas we had all home made food and I tried my first turkey recipe.It went well and so did the "Hoki fisk". I will share the recipes in short. All servings here are for two, so you... Continue Reading →
Ever since I travelled , I always wanted to see northern lights. Even after being in Kiruna for 2 weeks in christmas, no sign of it made me quite sad, but I knew, mother nature will bless me. And after all the anticipation, today it happened. I experienced Northern lights..... I cannot tell you... Continue Reading →
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We took a morning train from Kiruna and reached Abisko around 12 noon. There are two stations, first one is for the Abisko village and the second is Abiskoturistaion, as above where the trails of Kungsleden start. It corresponds to the national park as well. This train connects Kiruna and Narvik, and passes through Abisko.... Continue Reading →
You must not miss LKAB mine if you are visiting Kiruna, for it is an unique experience. Though for me, the whole lapland was an adventure 🙂 , but I especially liked this 400 meter underground journey to the world's largest iron ore mine. I wanted go under a mine since I read Joule Verne''s stories... Continue Reading →