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... stuff off in the cabin and then got myself a cup of coffee and couple of biscuits and went to the stern of the ship to sit there in peace and quiet. Was soon joined by an English couple and we had a wide-ranging conversation which included religion. It was all very interesting and friendly.
Then it was lunch time. Met up with Kaye at lunch. She hadn’t made it to the glacier, but had got up quite a lot higher and was happy with ...
... to go back to the cabin to get it. Our cabin number is 207 and so every time we want to go to the common areas on the ship it is always going up to Decks 4, 5 or 6 – so there are lots of stairs.
Once we were at the end of the fjord it was a dead end and the captain just spun the ship in its tracks to head back down the fjord. It was worth staying up for and there was a ½ moon. Think it was about 10pm when I went to ...
... to window shopping. This is a shame because there are so many beautiful Christmas items on display now. I would love to purchase some, but it's just not possible. A soft reindeer fur would probably be at the top of my list.
The Coastal Steamer Museum told the history of these Hurtigruten Line ships which ply the fjords and water off of Norway's west coast and are a lifeline for the people living here. It is much easier to take the ...
... spectacular, the roads were good (and not too hilly), there was very little traffic, the sun was shining, the temperature was a balmy 15 degrees Celsius; life was good.
Tom's photos can be found here.
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The weather on Sunday was not so nice, but we rode north, across two bridges, to ...
A statue of a fisherman's wife guards the approach to Svolvaer, the second stop on our "cruise", where the cyclists (and others) disembarked. After leaving Svolvaer en route to Stokmarknes, our ship went into the beautiful Trollfjord, a deep, narrow fjord, before continuing on to Stokmarknes, where we were happy to find our room in Hurtigruten Hus.