Hello this is Cristy(?) from Nicole Colty(?) and today we were in late canary wharf which is this mean the old days as they could pay for the Sammy and today it's certainly looked like a really special place the sun still isn't coming up over our her yet we haven't seen the sun and I've got a couple of weeks now but it does sort of like up one side of the this guy for a few hours today and the a car load which is absolutely beautiful. We went down to the lake and the Lake frozen. Not only usually frozen foods and a few days of really cold weather here not to we saw some no called cold you try mosquitos ___ the like so we get take away broken quite to go on it. They went for ski on area wo0 is really huge. So requires a local of time. Getting are the details and round round and things. No other
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Was the inspiration for Harry Potter's Hogwarts, Quinta da Regaleira? An exuberant Palace built between 1900 and 1910 by Antonio Augusto de Carvalho to the designs of the Italian architect Luigi Manini. The neo-manueline design weaves a story of mythology, alchemy and magic. Tucked away in the Sintra hills above Lisbon, the link to the moon goddess is supposedly strong. Unpack Regaleira and you are left with gaia.
Hello this is Misty again and we've had an amazing first day in Finland we woke up to just to simply beautiful morning all the trees around us were really sort of heavy with snow and it was just one of those really gorgeous winter scenes where snow is everywhere it was very calm actually still so where we're staying was right on the side of the lake. So when we went out on to the lake shore it was just absolutely silent there was not a sound and everything was muted by the heavy snow cover every where and even the trees you'll see they just weren't moving at all. It's absolutely glorious and we wandered into the place ___ staying and very kindly the lady who owns the place that invited ___ and there's lots of different types and ___
Hello this is a big hello from the Polo Cole team at the very top of Norway. We've gone as far north as we possibly can and we're at a place called Norcat(?) right now which is the end of the road. You literally drop into the sea and we can see the sea right in front of us so it's at top of a cliff but even though it's not like we just climb to the top of Mount Everest or anything we haven't had to clear the road today it still feels like a bit of an achievement to get here because we've been waiting through a storm yesterday and then waiting for all the ___ to get blown off the road today and we finally made it in the convoy right to the end of the road today so it feels like a little bit of an achievement on our part to get right as far north as you possibly can and this for us is as north as we're going to get. The next stop from here is the North Pole. So we have to stop here and we won't get this far north again in latitude terms even when we get out to Siberia so this is furthest North from us so we're all having a
Hi this is Felicity and I'm calling from pretty much as Northern as North as you can get in Norway the famous end of Norway is a place called Nord Cap Nord Cape and we couldn't quite get there today cos of the weather. So we're in a little village a little short of that but we're gonna stay here over night and the storm is raging outside it's really incredible it just suddenly the visibility just disappears and you can have ___ wind for a minute or 2 and then it'll die back down again so you go from being able to see something a few kilometres away to not being able to see something a few inches away. We only got this far because of the help of the snow plough men who drive up and down the road they get covered in snow and keep it clear so that people can get through to the villages up here but even they closed the road to Nord Cap today because it was too windy. Apparently yesterday they advised had one of these huge snow plough machines get physically blown off one of the roads cos it was