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Amazon Kindle Deal of the Day - Northern Lights (His Dark Materials Volume One) by Philip Pullman 99p
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Talking polar bears, what's not to like?
deal-hunter

Way better than the film (as usual). Heat!

babyboya187

This is my favorite book :-)

ReviewChimp

COLD! The cover looks cold, its all snow and ice, so have some heat. (highfive)

Lou1eighty2

I love these books (which are way better than the film). Definitely worth buying at this price (& higher)

bookdream

And a polar bear with a drink problem to boot!

From London: Long Weekend to Tromsø Northern Lights £193.63pp @ Ebookers
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If you are loving the cold weather and snow we are having right now this is probably right up your street. A nice Satuday-Monday long weekend to Tromsø to hopefully spot the Northe… Read more
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deleted1545998

saw it. was disappointed. looked just like the top images in this link https://futurism.com/how-we-see-the-aurora-borealis-camera-vs-human-eyes-2/

srdcrown

Tromso is a really lovely place. We have visited in summer and winter and prefer winter. The only thing I would say is that it is really expensive to eat there so be prepared. Obviously it can get really cold there so you will need layers of clothes and socks. Snow boots would be useful. The trips are expensive too, but I do recommend the husky ride up at the Wilderness Centre, again very expensive but an experience not to be missed. Good luck with the Northern Lights, they don't always come out to play.

Disney Frozen Northern Lights Elsa Doll - £15 @HomeBargains
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Though i'd post this [if no already] near a fiver saving over the Smyths price [https://www.smythstoys.com/uk/en-gb/toys/fashion-and-dolls/disney-frozen/disney-frozen-northern-li… Read more
LouiseOliver-36cd4.64557

Have some heat

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From London: Long Weekend Sweden & Northern Lights £200.92pp @ Ebookers
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Found 12th Dec 2017Found 12th Dec 2017
I love a good Northern Lights trip! For those who want a weekend break, or a late Christmas present this trip is from 5-8 January. Whilst I can't guarantee Northern Lights, it's an… Read more
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scrumpypaul

What I found was that when over there, if you did different trips like ice fishing/snowmobile, you'd get given some extremely warm kit to wear. That certainly helps. If you visit the Ice Hotel you can wear their snowsuits, although it's warmer inside the Hotel than outside. More or less constant -5 deg C inside whereas outside can dip massively. We saw the Lights lying on the River Torne..... Very beautiful - except for the nose hair.

rachelandgromit

No, but I do a lot of hiking anyway and have layers and warm gear anyway. I just had a down jacket, thermals and good socks. My hands are always cold and they suffered the most and I had good ski gloves. You don't need to buy specialist gear but I do recommend some thermals.

kinell

Had to re-read that .. cuz I was left pondering.. exactly how long is your nasal hair to get frozen to your eyelashes.. ! :{

kinell

Price is great.. but did you have to buy a whole raft of new extra warm clothing, coats, gloves, Shoes/Boots etc. on top?(Can you buy nose cosy's ?) Just wondering what sort of outlay that would be to factor in the cost... yes.. my OH is thinking about something similar.. cuz we are loaded ..........NOT !!! (mad) Oh heat added :-)

percyrush

'The hairs in my nose froze. And my eyelashes froze together'. - here take my money

14 Night Northern Lights Cruise just £675pp @ Iglu
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Found 22nd Sep 2017Found 22nd Sep 2017
I've just had a flash sale email and this looks a bargain price for a Northern Lights Cruise, a good itinerary on an adults only ship too. Works out less than £50pp a night. Tippin… Read more
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christopherwhiteis1

I just got off this ship today, it is probably the most luxurious and best week of my life. The food was so good, we paid the £17 extra a day for all inclusive drinks. We were half the average age but had such an amazing trip to Norway. It wasn't this route but I can't recommend this enough.

WillieGophar

As coerce86 said, Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) have started to push their all-inclusive cruises. I may be wrong, but I believe these don't sail from the UK (Tilbury, Southampton, etc.) so flights to and from a European port are required (but are included in the price).

Suin

We paid Thompson tips to discover the staff are employed by an agency. Wonder who gets the tips?

centurion

You can ask not to pay tips on most cruises. Just go to reception and they cancel it off your bill. We just tip who we want to tip.

coerce86

Norwegian is like that right now

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From Luton: 3 Night Iceland Nov/Dec Northern Lights Trip Inc flights, hotel, breakfast and northern lights tour £199.61pp @ Ebookers/Easyjet
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Found 12th Sep 2017Found 12th Sep 2017
This is a great value DIY trip to Iceland for 3 nights, leaving from Luton on 30th November. Whilst I have seen packages for 2 and 3 night stays, they have always been more expensi… Read more
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Sanj_123

Smashing deal.. HEAT!!

Besford

Thanks for letting us know - we'd been wondering!

dantul

https://www.holidaypirates.com/holidaypackages/iceland-23-or-4nt-break-from-gbp-189pp-incl-flights-hotel-breakfast-blue-lagoon-entry_24290?utm_source=app&utm_medium=share

davester2k

Ironically, you're better off staying in the far north of the UK to see the lights. We have the advantage of better weather. Iceland is in an awful position mid Atlantic. Personally I wouldn't visit there in November /December as the days are just to short to enjoy the absolutely stunning scenery.

rachelandgromit

I know this may not be helpful for this season, but we hired a motorhome with Airbnb. It doubled up as our transport and accommodation and was comfortable, had shower, toilet, heating, fridge, freezer, hob and all utensils which allowed us to cook meals. We also took around 2kg each of food into Iceland as we had hold luggage (there is a maximum limit). I think we paid around £2100 for two weeks (it was our wedding and honeymoon) but we saved such a lot by cooking our own meals and would have had to pay for a car in addition to accommodation otherwise. We were able to do omelette for breakfast, along with the lovely Skyr yoghurt, pasta dishes and also bought meat we could freeze and some tinned fruit and veg from home as fresh fruit and veg is expensive. This may be helpful for anyone going in summer.

Reykjavik, Iceland with Optional Northern Lights or Game of Thrones Tour, 2 Nights, London Flights in Jan 2018 £119 @Gogroopie
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Had this awesome looking and very cheap 2 night Iceland break in my inbox, and I remember there was a similar Northern Lights thread last week that caught my eye! Flying from Luto… Read more
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Robbo11

Have to agree. The cost of living in Iceland is 67% higher than in the UK so everything is going to be more expensive than here.

CHalligan

I know 2 days isn't long to spend much, but be aware Iceland is very expensive. I spend more money in 5 days there than I did in 16 days in the Philippines. Reykjavik is absolutely stunning tho. I would love to go back one day.

WilfredoGarcia

Arrgh! So want to go, got 2 days to persuade someone else to go. Heat and torment. :S

ssc1

No contest has to be Reykjavik.

DB2k

11 year solar cycle

From London: 5 Night Sweden and Northern Lights Trip 21-26 Jan 2018 £320.81pp @ Booking.com
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Found 25th Jul 2017Found 25th Jul 2017
How do you fancy exploring the Northern Lights? Forget the coach trips where you are with 50 other people fighting for photos, and explore both Sweden and North of the Arctic Circ… Read more
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Lambo89

So only about 50 quid more, still happy with that

Lambo89

It's 4314 it's because you were clicking the 'bed in a sleeping compartment' rather than booking the whole thing out for two. Cheers.

rachelandgromit

I'm getting 3780 SEK. Email them and ask for the price for a sleeper compartment for 2/3 but you want it just for two and not to share with a third person. If may be good to call them as they do speak English. Their own website says: Parties of two or more travellers may book the entire compartment for themselves. If only two people are sharing the compartment, a child's price is charged for the third bed.

Lambo89

Yes I did, they have only been released in the last 10 days - 2 weeks. I kept emailing them and bugging them! Timings appear to have changed a little too, unless I missing something:

rachelandgromit

They are normally pretty stable with their pricing, did you look as soon as booking opened? When I booked I kept an eye on prices each week as they released the dates close to when I wanted and when they finally released the date I needed it was the same.

Disney Frozen Northern Lights Elsa doll at Amazon - £20.49
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Found 25th Nov 2016Found 25th Nov 2016
Disney Frozen Northern Lights Elsa doll. RRP is £40. Also Rapunzel hair glow doll at £23.74, temporarily out of stock but can be ordered now and be delivered later. Link: https://w… Read more
sulace88

Yes, it is but nore interactive as there is a snowflake you can wave your hand above and Elsa reacts to it. They glow in the same colour.

nadiab94

Is this similar to the snow glow Elsa?

Frozen Northern Lights Elsa Doll £20.18 on Amazon
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Found 19th Nov 2016Found 19th Nov 2016
Disney Frozen Northern Lights Elsa Doll reduced from £40. Cheapest I have seen.
sulace88

You are very welcome. I just don't understand how this is not going hot

emzi27

Thank you! My three year old has been begging for this for weeks but it was always so expensive. Have ordered one for Christmas! HEAT!

11 night Christmas fly cruise Northern Light Cruise dep 18 December + free 5/6 night cruise if the lights don't appear £1099 pp @ Iglu
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Bit of a niche this one. A Christmas Northern lights fly cruise departing on 18th December for 11 nights. It's with Hurtigruten and the same cruise direct is significantly more whe… Read more
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mushyyy1

Can you post a direct link? The current one redirects me to the homepage. Hope its still available

stepstat90

Love the look of this. Thanks for posting it

lynne1

We went on the Nordlys (Hurtigruten) but I think all their ships will be similar. Breakfast was help yourself - all sorts from cereal to meat, fish, fruit etc. Lunch was help yourself - several dishes to choose from and lots of sides, salads etc. Dinner was on a table with 6 others. Same table every night. Waiter service. Set menu - very good. If you have an allergy or something, just tell them when you book, or at the beginning and they will cater for you for dinner. Food was fantastic. Wines etc. expensive. Same price as on the mainland, but that is expensive.

MancboyChris

Battery needs charging.

rachelandgromit

I am indeed :-) hopefully warmer Christmas than it was in the Antarctic last year.

From Manchester: Stockholm & Northern Lights Trip with Overnight Train & Accommodation £355.04pp £710.08 @ Expedia
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Here is a lovely break to Stockholm and then heading to Abisko followed by Kiruna for some northern lights viewing. Forget trips that take you on a coach from Stockholm, you need t… Read more
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Maxii

I need help to do something like this. Want to take my 5 kids next Christmas season so best get doing my homework now!!!

rachelandgromit

It is the same price as the screen shot, works out at £200, that's for a private cabin. It may be cheaper to fly to Kiruna and then add transfers to Abisko but when you allow transport to and from airports and a night accommodation costs and time it's actually more cost effective using the train;

Dogeared

How much extra did you pay to have the cabin to yourselves? Agree, it's a great idea to travel overnight on the train.

rachelandgromit

Yes I really do recommend the night trains. The Swedish ones come up with the Venice to Vienna ones as my top rated. You can save money by sharing a cabin bur we paid extra for the two of us. We took some food and a bottle of wine and it was lovely. Wandering up and down the cabin in your pj's and we saw the lights from the chain too. When accommodation is so expensive the trains are actually good value.

custommade07

Hot hot hot. Abisko has been on my to-do list for years and years. Every year it seems to get more popular so I better act on it. This trip looks fantastic, and the night train looks much better than many other European night trains! Defo gonna be looking into this one!

5 night twin Centre Northern Lights Trip including flights, overnight trains and hotels £417.22pp @ booking.com
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Found 22nd Feb 2016Found 22nd Feb 2016
If you have ever fancied seeing the northern lights then check out this trip in March. It's a twin centre trip that sees you visit Stockholm for a few hours then catching an overn… Read more
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rachelandgromit

Oh you had a good show of the lights didn't you! I'm so pleased you enjoyed it, I'd only pick places I'd stay in myself or in some cases have visited myself too. It's good to know some people do actually book these trips and enjoy them too! It's made my day, thanks for reporting back. It's made me want to go back and do a similar trip next year!!

pop5

We loved everything and are very grateful to you. If you do Facebook and look up Husky Tours Lapland there are 24 new photos on there. One has 2 people in (that's me and my daughter). We saw the lights :D Loved the train,sky station, Abisko National Park, dog sledding, snow skis and your accommodation recommendations were spot on. Thank you

rachelandgromit

Awwww thanks for letting me know. Did you get on OK? Did you like the overnight trains and most important did you get to see the lights?

pop5

Just to say a big thank you. Just got back from a magical break :)

rachelandgromit

I'd start to look into it now and consider the different companies available. You should be OK to sort when you get there as long as you aren't particular on a certain company ans on a particular night. You are in a good position as you have four nights to pick from!

4 nights in Norwegian Lapland for £497pp including flights, hotel, husky sledding and Northern lights tour @ Norwegian
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4 nights in Norwegian Lapland for £497.60pp including flights, hotel, husky sledding and Northern lights tour. This deal is based on 2 people flying out of London Gatwick on 25th … Read more
BlueSkies

Yep they sure are I think they run up until the end of Feb/March!!

saracat

Will the excursions like reindeer sledging etc still be possible in Feb? I'm trying to find a suitable family break in Feb.

BlueSkies

I'm sort of glad you've said that because when we go we've only got 2.5 days there including excursions and I was thinking it was going to be rushed but glad I'll be able to get everything done! Just need to buy some warm clothes now!! Think I'll be picking pot noodles haha!!

l0islane

Great deal price wise, but two and half days exploring Tromso might be a bit much, it's basically one street and a church! Also be warned Tromso is very expensive for eating, transport etc. You can do it on a budget, but it's limiting. Have fun and wrap up very warm!

BlueSkies

Glad I could help! Doing it myself in 2 weeks, can't wait!

Northern Lights Lapland & Stockholm Yacht Trip £283.95pp including overnight trains & accommodation
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I've put together this amazing trip based on a similar one I've done myself, except I was en-route to China via Sweden/Lapland and flew into Lapland Airport then overnight train ba… Read more
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mgsjarvis

Hi Nick, Hope you don't mind me asking but how much are you paying for the holiday? And have you any more details as I am looking to book a trip also. Cheers Matt

rachelandgromit

Not alot really there is a description on the website, the screen shot has some of the description in there. I just think the bathrooms may be a bit closer but that's all. There was another hostel I looked at too here although you may need to use Chrome to translate.

djbenny1

PS rachel whats the difference between the 2 hostels on the page? i can't really find any info on either of them?

rachelandgromit

Ah yes, I thought you meant for the dates here! Yes the private ones are popular.

djbenny1

it seems to depend on the date - i guess for the dates i was looking at the private ones are all gone!

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