|Narvick, oh Narvick. We joked about coming here while we were still in South America. It's a very basic town in the North of Norway, but it's claim to fame is that it's the highest point that our Eurail pass takes us. The 21 hour train ride here was unbelievably scenic- we encountered our first set of fjords and frozen lakes. After our arrival at 6 pm (our plan was to stay up all night and leave the next morning on the 11 am train and we succeeded) we met Angelica the Polar Bear who showed us around Narvick until 4 in the morning. We even went swimming at about midnight. The water was so cold that it hurt all our backpacking bodies and we ran out and Amit screamed like a little girl. Since Narvick is a good deal above the Arctic Circle, we got to see the sun all through the night. At 3 in the morning it looked like it was 3 in the afternoon. The 21 hour train ride back to Stockholm was a sleepy experience.