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|20th August 2008, 23:05||#31|
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In Kiruna they also have the famous ice hotel, but i guess you have to be there in proper winter.
|21st August 2008, 10:21||#32|
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Thanks for sharing your lovely photos and travalogue, looking forward to more from you.
I guess temp. is an issue of acclamatization. Remember 15 years back when we were halidaying at Kovalam, Kerala, in the rainy season, it was rainy and pretty cold around 12 C (very cold for Kerala) we were sittting around the swimming pool trying to keep our young son wrapped up in towels and off the water, lest he'd catch a cold.
A Russian guest on the pool asked us what were we trying to do, so we explained, he looked at us in amazement. He started jogging around the pool and did not get inside the pool so I asked him if he's exercising, he said, "I don't want to get into the water, its too hot for me", we were surprised. He said he's from north of Moscow and it goes down to -30 in winter, so I guess its a matter of acclamatization.
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