We stayed in the Snow Hotel in Kirkenes which is just about at the end of the earth. It was quite a fascinating experience as it is entirely constructed of ice and snow and the beds are made of ice but with mats on top of them on which you sleep – in sleeping bags.
It is -4° in the hotel so one needs to keep very warm - or die.
If one does need to answer a call of nature during the night the toilets are quite a distance away along a path covered with snow. I did not need to undertake this perilous voyage.
As it usually does – my iPhone calendar had deleted all my travel details as soon as I left on our trip so I had no electronic record of flights and hotels or travel.
I do not appear to have iCloud working as well as I should.
In anticipation of this – as it has happened before - I had printed out hard copies of everything – so was well prepared.
When I got back to Vienna I discovered that my iCal had planned a big year/century for me.
A ‘new event’ had been created for every day for every year for as far ahead as I could see. Now there was no telling what the events were - I had to fill in the details – but Apple clearly want me to have a good time – forever.
What nice people they are.
Now if I could just work out how to keep my exciting events in my calendar I would be even happier.