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... 890m so was a little chilly and some snow patches around.
We had about 90 mins to wait for the train to Flam and the platform was packed. We had reserved seats on the seats which was fortunate. The trip down goes through numerous tunnels but the highlight is the stop at the Kjosfossen falls which was in full flow because of the wet spring. As before they had a troll figure dancing half ...
As predicted, it was raining – hard. It was however, not supposed to last all day and as today's journey, as indeed all future journeys would be less than 30 miles, we could afford to leave it a while before setting off, in the hope that the weather would improve. I’d planned the daily passages to end up in a location that had showers and toilets, this makes it easier when living in confined spaces. Our end point today was recommended in the pilot book, a boating club in ...
... is driven out of the flesh and it crusts on the outside and forms a thick black coat whilst the meat dries right out. As I said, not one of my better attempts at barbecuing!!
We had an early night, as we’d been up since 05:20 that morning and had had a relatively late (for us) night the night before. Tomorrow we go in search of another quiet spot a bit further to the north and the weather is supposed to remain dry. Fingers ...
The last day of June, Britain is experiencing a heat wave and I'm in my shorts but on the verge of regretting it as the temperatures are only in the high(ish) 'teens. Still, ever the optimist, the high thin cloud may disappear and leave us with clear, blue skies.
Those were my thoughts, more or less, as we headed off up the Byfjorden back towards Bergen. There was a light southerly wind but not strong enough to enable us to sail, ...
... her little sister the Gjøa. The Fram was especially built for Fridtjof Nansen, who wanted to prove his theories of current flow in the Arctic by deliberately trapping himself in the polar ice in Fram and drft with the currents taking scientific measurements all the way. The ship was supremely strong and had a rounded hull, the idea being that as the ice squeezed, she would pop up, a bit like shooting an orange pip from between your fingers. From ...