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... again, then 30 seconds later we were in another tunnel. We were greeted by a large troll at Voss railway station, before we were ushered down the steps covered in 1cm of ice to the waiting buses. These took us to Gudvangen via winding roads among changing autumn trees, passing lakes, valleys and mountains along the way. And no tunnels. At Gudvangen we had a little bit of time to inspect the surroundings before boarding a boat for the highlight of the day, a ...
... eyes on me. Gone for good. We talked for a while, Micheala I think was its name, no collar though. She declared she wasn't going to 'Nash' unless i came too. I didn't need any encouragement. We followed the gang back to the house and I got around the boys - real friendly bunch and all keen to have a big one. This apartment was exactly what I wanted - too many people in too small a space, beer pong table set up in ...
... I had a fish soup that was quite yummy for lunch and a reindeer hot dog for dinner snack. The reindeer sausage tasted just like regular sausage?? I also tried whale sausage at the fish market, and it tasted really weird, like.. fishy. I took all the photos on my camera since my charger is gone, so no picture upload for ...
... I dropped my bags off first thing and came across a lady called Lera from South Korea who was doing exactly the same thing. She had been staying at a different hostel, which she said was "horrible" - I was starting to think that all hostels in Norway were tranquil oases of politeness and home comforts, but apparently I have just been lucky (although travelling in Cambodia may have caused a dramatic lowering of standards - and I ate more parts of animals than I previously knew existed). ...
... 10.30pm, we took the light rail downtown to see the tall ships docked. It was the end of the tall ship race and so there were a lot of celebrations. We watched a very impressive firework display followed by everyone singing an apparently well known sea shanty. Then we walked around the docks looking at the very impressive ships.
Afterwards, we found a waffle tent and Lars very kindly shouted us a waffle each with ice cream, strawberries and chocolate. It was ...