Orterstolen Fjellstue og Hytter
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Where I'm staying is called Alcatraz, and is an adventure training camp for youths, still good fun watching them build their rafts and setting off on the canoe expeditions. Thoughts were similar to 'Jaws', that's overcrowded, get some off! We'll be fine, turns his back saying "they're all gonna die!"
On my way up I passed Bengstfors, which is in an area near the Dalsland Canal.
This is a beautiful place and there is a really cool railway line, it's about ...
... travel, with a tiny stop in, you guessed it, a souvenir shop! The worst part was the crowds. People shoving everywhere! Mostly Asians in huge tour groups. I got lucky as I was alone so I didn't have issues with seating, and found a front row amazing seat on the boat. Others were not so lucky and had to all separate at parts of the journey. I don't regret the tour, because what I saw was fascinating and so worth it. ...
... place it is surrounded by the fjords ,which is why they name it the " gateway to the fjords ". Tomorrow I am doing a fjord trip ! Met some really lovely people who I went out witj last night to watch the Copa America final. Short blog because I am using the wifi in McDonalds. Yes Norway has them ...
... impressed with my foxtrot.
18th March 2015.
I had my 1st Spanish class and 2nd dance class. The Spanish class went well - got some revision of words I know and also learnt some new words and phrases. The dance class was a disaster as Craig from Strictly Come Dancing would say. We were being taught the Cha Cha Cha and although I eventually got the basic steps I could not do it to music.
... through the yard of a little medieval church that was built in the 1200's. The graveyard still surrounds the church. I've only seen that here in Norway. We drove on to Flam further around the fjord and stopped for coffee. This was the real tourist part of the trip. At the dock in flam there were lots of little shops and people who had just gotten off the boat or the train. There was one party boat floating by with the lads blasting ...