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... 5 hours by boat from the ocean. Such a beautiful little village. We took the Flam railway up 866m and saw the most wonderous scenery. Mountain streams cascading down the mountain sides to meet a raging river transversing the bottom of the valley. With the sun shining, the green of the valley came alive and it looked just like a post card. On the way down, we decided to alight 3/4 of the way and walk the rest. We came across a lovely church and ...
... it's cheaper than buying the package through the cruise company. Save even more money by using the cruise as part of your transport if coming from Voss to Flåm (bus to Gudvanger from Voss then cruise to Flåm) - wish I had done this time and money saver. Flåm only has one grocery store so prices are a little high, so come stocked. But, I was pleasantly surprised by the little cost for some items (e.g. Can of tuna less than AUD$1 - cheapest tuna in all of Norway!). **KST: The ...
... attraction in Norway.
Any attached photographs are a pale imitation of reality and you will just have to come see it for yourself.
Our happy group of passengers included
- a 100 year old American and his wife who were driving around Norway (!)
- 3 Tasmanian ladies who had all dyed their hair blonde to fit in (that had to be the reason, it didn't work)
- 3 young Russian girls who after a million selfies set ...
... flat and easy. It's also gorgeous and made me wish that we had another day in Flam.
Finally, before we left, I stopped at the Flam Railway Museum. It was cute and somewhat interesting, but only took a few minutes to go through, so it was good that it was free. But, we still had to leave.
The next portion of the "Norway in a Nutshell" package is the boat ride from Flam to Gudvangen. Most people go straight from the Myrdal-Flam train to the boat, so ...
... we disembarked and walked the 50 metres to our hotel "The Fretheim” which is an historic white weatherboard building set in a lovely garden at the foot of an enormous mountain. Once again Trevor and I were sharing a family room with Sally and were fortunate in being allocated a 3rd floor room overlooking the beautiful harbour – impressive!
Flam itself is tiny but ...