Why is Norway so rich? How is life during the dark and cold winter north of the polar zone? Why are Scandinavian murder novelists so successful? What is so magic about the northern lights? These are some of the many questions I was hoping to answer at the northernmost latitude I had ever been. The place was the Lofoten Islands, a string of small islands in north Norway, connected through bridges with each other and to the mainland. The time was March 2016, close to the spring Equinox, with sufficient daylight to explore the Norwegian winter scape.
Here is complete list of the travelogues from this trip. Start reading here or click on any link to read the relevant post.