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... we are still sleeping, so you wake up and look to see what's outside the glass doors. Then we dock just before it's time to disembark. Today's trip was similar to yesterday's: a day-long trip up into the mountains, with fabulous scenery. There were no places of interest to visit today, however, just scenery and a lunch stop. We first climbed switchback roads above the village, set very picturesquely at the very end of the blue fjord, surrounded on three sides by mountains. After ...
... game show 'Man O Man' involving Julia asking us subjective questions such as "How many trees are in that area just there?" and then pushing in whoever either was further away from her answer or complained about the question more ... always me.
Had our first night camping in Dan's three man tent a few km away from the entrance to the park and had our first of many encounters with Scandinavian ...
... another beautiful landscape. It just looked like Lord of the Rings at some places around here. From Lom where the route ended we took the road to Vågåmo from there we drove to Fagernes and there we stay for one night. Today we drove ...
... still put that much heart and soul into our architecture? The next few generations will be so unimpressed with most of our modern day buildings. After we drove to the fjords. This required us to drive over a mountain range with snow and pretty dark and light blue iced over lakes. Lunch and ice cream Home for packing and dessert party Talked with Anne about where todo after Germany Poker with Oola, Thomas, and ...
... more confident when having a conversation with me. Beside Mexico, Norway is the first country I've been in that speaks a different language. And out of all the languages, Norwegian is one of the more difficult ones to pick up. Mostly because there is basically no similarity to English or Spanish. As Dalyn and I sat and listened to the group condensate we felt a little secluded and we had no way of figuring out even basic conversation topics. This was not a big deal, just a new ...