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A fisherman cleaning his catch near Vuorhajärvi lake in Inari. when the population of this land consisted of a handful of sámi ­ the native people of Lapland ­ and witches and giants ran amok in the local folklore. the Sun iS out The Land of the Midnight sun is an appropriate second name for Lapland. one summer day transitions subtly into the next as the sun makes a quick dip toward the horizon and rises again. night and day turn topsy-turvy, and many find it hard to sleep without thick curtains. Visiting Lapland from august to mid-september has its own, particular charms. The nuisance of mosquitoes has quieted down, and lengthening nights spent by the fire with a hot drink in hand tug at longforgotten primeval cords in your heart. ·Members earn points for their stays at Lapland hotel sirkantähti, hotel hullu Poro, Levi spirit, sokos hotel Levi and Lapland hotel Riekonlinna. They can also purchase award vouchers with a combination of points and money at sirkantähti, hullu Poro, Restaurant hullu Poro, sokos hotel Levi and Riekonlinna. ·Members can also collect points at all restaurants operating in association with sokos hotels in Finland. finnair fLies to Kittilä and Ivalo daily, except Tuesdays. finnair Plus benefits near Kittilä and Ivalo: Summer offerinGS near kittiLä Lapin LuontoeLämys is a small enterprise that runs a weekly activities programme in Levi centre. They offer customised activity packages ranging from white water adventures to a paddling trip to a smoke sauna. Hikes range from a few hours to four days on the Hetta-Pallas trail. www.laPinluontoelamys.fi Loma-paksu offers homey accommodations and a small restaurant at a former farm. They, too, offer a weekly programme and can arrange for customised itineraries. Guests can, for example, angle fish in the nearby lake. No previous fishing experience is needed. www.lomaPaksu.com enG 32 bLue winGS may 2011

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