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Time Check: 0705 Location: Just docking at a small town Maloy one of the most westerly points in Norway where we will be for 15 minutes . I am looking out of our porthole looking at the harbour lights and it is pitch black. A few seagulls fly around the bow. We set sail from Bergen last night at 22:30hrs. Tucked up in our little bunks in cabin 605 after a substantial meal of Reindeer Sausage and mashed potato we were ...
... we now head to our next port of call, the amazing sculpture park known as - Frogner Park or Vigeland Park. Started in the 1920's it is the worlds largest sculpture park by a single artist and the number one tourist attraction in Norway. The park covers 80 acres and features 212 bronze and granite sculptures all designed by Gustav Vigeland. The highest point in the park is the the most popular of the attractions. The Monolith, implying the totem is fabricated from one solid ...
... br> East to West but still a reasonable way north of the Glacier. Roads
were not great,a motorway is a two lane highway and we didn't hit a
dual carriaageway until we got to Bergen.
We had planned to take
a particular ferry on the journey but got talking to a Norwegian gent
in a layby who had come over to look at Stanley who suggested an
alternative which he recommended as cheaper and also a prettier
Got to the ferry as ...
... ledge. It was a 300m drop straight down from here so a little bit scary getting out on the ledge for a photo. From here we drove down to the township of Geiranger and got in line for the ferry.
The ferry was expensive but good some really good views of the fjord and there was some guidance provided as we went along. The ferry finished up at Hellesylt. A couple of hours further and some more scenery got us to ...
... started to get a glimpse of the proper impressive fjords we had so been looking forward to, even though mist hid many of the mountain tops. The terrain of the countryside here is rugged, stony, green, and wooded in parts. There is space, the homes are large and some have grassy rooves! Roads wind through valleys, flanked by streams, waterfalls and towering mountains. Sometimes the roads go through the mountains, tunneling through rock and stone. ...