Sleep in igloos around the world
An igloo is a dome-shaped house, usually built of blocks of solid snow. They were originally built by the Inuit, the indigenous people of the Arctic regions of Greenland, Canada, and the United States. They used to use whalebone and hides to insulate their homes. Stay in an igloo and you’ll wake up in awe as you take in the panoramic view that is sure to surround you. Despite popular belief, the inside of igloos is not that cold! Human heat quickly raises the temperature to more than 10°C. If you dress correctly, which is to say the normal clothing you’d wear while skiing, you’ll be just fine. Don’t expect to hit the beach if you’re staying in an igloo. Instead, prepare for some fun snowshoeing, skiing, snowmobiling or even dog sledding.
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