I’ve been north (and south, for that matter) before. Except I was always on a boat – and on a boat, you can’t tell which way is east by looking out a window because the boat moves and the window orientation changes.
So, while the daylight is indeed long, I have somehow missed the part where the sun rotates around the sky entirely.
Sunset in Iceland:
And the sun ducked behind a mountain for a few minutes, came out the other side and continued its trek across the sky. All the way around. Our little cottage has windows on 4 sides – and the sun uses all of them.
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