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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 8 hours. There were probably more than 150 people taking this excursion, 4 big buses - one English, one Norwegian, one German, and one French. Nice Mercedez buses, clean and quite new. Our guide, Peter, was from Hungary, but spoke English quite well. The bus driver was local, but spoke English better than Peter. He just be a very experienced driver, as the big bus had to navigate very narrow mountain roads with hair-pin turns. The scenery was beautiful. We stopped ...
... we could see two anglers fishing for salmon.
Reluctantly we tore ourselves away from this idyllic scene and walked back to the Coop supermarket to buy some food supplies since there was a kitchen at the hostel. After an enjoyable lunch we checked out and the owner of the hostel was kind enough to give us a lift down to the bus station where we took a bus to Stryn.
On the way we passed many ...
... our Viking hats and set sail on a Viking war ship where we got a tour of the fjord and a few stories about Vikings. After that, we decided to catch a bus up to the top of Dalsnibba and it was a very pretty sight with a few snowball fights happening. We then went shopping for a while and got a few souvenirs for friends and family. Finally, we went back to the ship and went swimming, went to the Hunger Games, I went to Club HAL, and we are ready for a Filipino crew ...
... grill restaurant which was nice as it was nearly empty. You can pretty much ask for anything and if they can accommodate they will. After lunch we took the tender over to the town which although smaller, 300 people, there was a lot more going on. Tina wasn't too keen on the whole tender process as the guide had mentioned the fjord was 1,000 metres deep but it was pretty painless, although waiting for one first thing would have been a bit of a bun ...
NEXT PORT - - HELLESYLT AND GEIRANGER
Today is probably my favorite day. I think I might just put up a lot of photos so you can understand why, in pictures.
YES IT WAS GORGEOUS AND WE HAD SUNSHINE~!!!!!!
We sailed down a 37-miles-long fjord to get to here. On this day, I did my first delivery of scenic commentary, that is, standing on the Navigational Bridge and speaking into a microphone and talking about the sights or scenery around us.