Winter has come at 'Game of Thrones' Why we love winter - Discover Lapland 2 days ago   00:21

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So, eurolies. Back to journalist school, todays lesson is The five Ws. Five questions that must be asked and answered when writing a good article.
Who, what, when, where and why.
No mention of who.
The what is evident by the pictures.
The when is obvious.
No mention of the where. (Lapland is a big place, from Norway in the west to the Russian tundra in the east. Be more precise!)
The why is more or less self explanatory.

The two most important Ws this time is who and where - these are the two not answered.
You failed in the research, production, and presentation!
This is god awful sloppy work. I've seen 12 year old school children give better homework presentations.
Is it too much to ask that you measure up to the same level as that of a 5th grader?
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Why we love winter - Discover Lapland Winter has come at 'Game of Thrones' 2 days ago   08:54

Famous for its endless amount of snow, Lapland is a winter destination like no other. We arrived in Kittilä airport and spent most of our time near Ylläs. Some of the things we got to do includes; snow shoe hiking, visit to an ice hotel featuring Game of Thrones sculptures and checking out a husky farm with all its puppies and furry friends. We stayed at a small cabin through Airbnb, had a BBQ-session in a traditional Finnish "kota", took a snow bath and had sauna. Even though we just got to spend a weekend in Lapland it made a solid impression and really showed how wonderful it looks as snow covers the entire scenery.

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