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... but also was a museum of the history of the fortress beside
My pass included entrance to both buildings at the fortress. However one opened at 11am, the other was closed for renovations. It seemed my day pass was going to be a waste and I should have just ...
... Lounge at Bergen airport! I was feeling calm and relaxed with the wonderful memories we'd had so for on the trip. How things changed in the following 24 hours!!
As mentioned earlier we had decided to stay at the airport overnight to avoid the risk of missing our early morning flight. No matter how prepared one is, travelling with bikes and the multiple bags required for bike touring, often has its complications, so we wanted to ensure plenty of time. ...
... and I could continue to camp myself, I was feeling quite a lot better. I apologised to Jess for being so extremely grumpy and upset before. Special thanks to Lars for undoing much of the unhappiness that had come from the lost sleeping mats. Back at Lars' place, Lars and his girlfriend put up a huge dinner of mixed meats, garden salad, potato salad, cheeses and all sorts of thing little things like sun dried tomatoes for dinner. It was a spectacular feast. Once we were all ...
... phone issues, we bought one, but still have issues which we hope will be resolved at our next Port..
Back to the market for a delicious lunch of fish,prawns and things, we declined the black and terrible whale meat.. offered in tasting, and later had Norway grown raspberries, and cherries from who knows where...a very pretty harbour side town with the biggest tugs ever, for servicing the oil field rigs, interested Sam a lot...the sun shone all day, and we are ...
... amp; filled
So, take 2! Twisty, turny roads,
amazing scenery & very high up, our ears kept popping!
As we continued, the roads got more
winding & the scenery changed all the time, grassy, rocky & snowy. VERY
picturesque & challenging, especially when you met a huge lorry on one of those small roads
- you couldn't have got a piece of paper between us! We had our lunch in a
small port ...