Flam Camping og Vandrarheim
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... also admiring the views over Flam and the fjord behind.
Deciding to try and climb a bit higher we followed another footpath which climbed relentlessly upwards and pretty steep most of the way. It wound up and up and up through the trees and was an interesting hike, with small streams to cross and fallen trees to negotiate. Then we reached some snow and tentatively continued, scrambling up any snow-free patches.
The path was now completely buried and ...
... but you must use the return ticket the same day or the next day. A one way ticket on the other hand is 45 Euro, that's assuming you go between midnight and 6am, and buying a return ticket with the return being a week later saves nothing. I considered buying a day trip ticket and just not using the return leg, but I read on the internet that if you do that they actually charge your card for the difference between the day trip ticket and a one way ticket. By comparison, ...
The Port Phillip Bay is 30 m deep. The fjord we are in is 1300m deep. I just cannot fathom the depth that is underneath us. We have towering mountains on either side of the boat and it's almost like you can reach out and touch the sides. Flam is a small village, only 2 meters in altitude. It is found an a side arm of Norways longest fjord which is 200km long. That's like driving a big boat from Melbourne City up the Calder to Bendigo, then plus some. This ...
... bus to sit on, so we were as well prepared as one can be, and managed to get some good photos. Train to voss: we were pretty groggy when we boarded the train and all I remember was going through lots of tunnels. Dorothy and I were joking to one another about how "scenic" the tunnels were. I didn't take a single good picture the entire ride. Bus to the fjord: was remarkably scenic, though I embarrassingly fell asleep for ...
... and for about the first time in
this whole adventure I am able to give this bike some go. In all the 3 or so
weeks that I have been riding on this trip I have not really had a chance to
lean this bike over and scrub in the edges of the tyres and so now on a
perfectly dry twisty road is my chance.
Finally after some great fun up a mountain pass I approach the village of
Brimnes where a new suspension bridge has been put across the fjord and of