Hanging with Santa in the Arctic Circle
Helen and Tony pay a visit to Santa at his Arctic Circle home in the Santa Claus Village, Rovaniemi, Finland. Santa spills the beans on the eldest and youngest children to visit him last year (think 97 years young and 20 days!), why Rudolph has a red nose and the reason your local elves may wear green hats as opposed to the red ones in the Santa Claus Village. And also why he's not worried about flying upside down when he visits Australia...
You've got to love those socks and booties!
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