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... wrecked cruiser. It was a great piece of machinery. Not everyone when around it because there was quite a bit of climbing to do.
The air conditioning didn’t work in the first bus that we’d travelled in and we were just stifled. Glad to get out of it. The 2nd one was better.
When we got back to the tourist centre we rushed into the library, got the password for ...
... quite tasty and the serves were generous. We finished with creme caramel and coffee.
Then we finally got to the stretch of Atlantic Road which is the most spectacular. By that time it was getting dark and the rain was streaming but we did see the way the road arches itself to let the boats go under and the narrowness of the area through which it passes. Certainly an engineering feat of some proportions. A pity the conditions did not allow us to see ...
... them sharing the two spare seats beside us! One of the girls told us that they were celebrating the end of school - the ones with the caps had just finished and the others, like her, were helping them celebrate. Ah - schoolies!! They were great fun - mainly. Our carriage got severely overcrowded after someone vomited (a lot) in the other carriage. The other problem with the guy sicking up was that everyone had to pay their fare! Apparently you get put off ...
... to some old creed of hitch-hikers:
"Don't expect too much if today is Sunday."
(well, I have just made it up, but a great deal of experience stands for it, so you can consider it to be a pure truth) I wasn't hoping to do much distance and it was exactly like that - only 3 rides, and many miles by foot.
First car was very accidental. I was walking through a quite empty road that goes from Narvik to north, been trying to ...
... away from work but it was great! (see pic's)
Continuing north to the city of Trondheim, the third largest in Norway and for many years a busy whaling port and fishing harbour.
Lots of large Cruise ships in the fjord, must look up how to book a place the next time I visit with ...