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Northern Lights. By Paulo Gabriel, a Publicist by degree and Designer by passion with a taste for the meaningful and emotional. Oh how I wish to experience that someday. ♥

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observe killer whales. The number of sightings in some areas has recently declined, but not in the magical Lofoten islands, an archipelago above the Arctic Circle. Their nutrient-rich and deep waters mean that you are sure of a sighting – and you'll need to travel just six nautical miles offshore, a one-hour boat trip. Late October to mid-January is the time to go, when the whales follow shoals of Atlantic herring (there is also the possibility of seeing the Northern Lights).

Flåm fjord, Aurlandsvangen, Sogn og Fjordane Fylke, NO // "On a ferry trip to Flåm. The towering cliffs either side of the Norwegian fjords are an impressive site in any season" by Dave Appleby via Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Let loose, for the natural currents shall pull you safely through the gates. Float simply.

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Not sure where this is...but I am going to find out and it is on my list to go to someday!

I would be whimpering, laying on my stomach clinging to this thing with urine running down both sides. No way, no how, no thank you!!

Jumping from Storhorn to Lillehorn on the Svolværgeita pinnacle in Svolvær, Norway • photo: Jordi Miralles on Flickr

Longyearbyen at the end of the Isfjorden estuary in central Svalbard. Svalbard is a huge collection of islands in the High Arctic under the guardianship of Norway.