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RECAP: 30th Dec Fortunately, we soon regained our sea legs and spent an interesting spell ashore in Alesund. A pretty settlement with a neat little display of winter cabbages in each flower container. We trudged about the city centre for a couple of hours and return to the ship. Confusion at Dinner: Apparently, each cabin has a "SET PLACE" to sit at dinner. I plonk myself down on the only table for "2" and within seconds (after tucking into my bread roll) a "po" faced couple pitch ...
59 degrees - 8:09 am/8:08 pm
54 degrees - 8:01 am/8:08 pm
For the past two days, we have been cruising through scenic fjords. Yesterday, we cruised past Fugloya with its many sea birds as we headed for Molde.
62 degrees - 3:29 am/11:36 pm
Molde is a town with 24,000 population. The town had a fire in 1916 where 225 houses burned down. The town also suffered greatly from the bombs that dropped during ...
... This town appears to be quite a tourist attraction and is filled with wonderful Norwegian styled hotels with roof balcony's etc although with the weather as it is today I cannot imagine sitting having breakfast on any balcony today.
After filling my fuel tank I head off along the no15 road and head for the village of Grotli and was planning to take the rather scenic 258 road which passes through all the ski resorts etc but as I approached the turning there were sings ...
... most spectacular and most photographed bridges in Norway.
The hour journey seemed to pass so quickly and it wasn't long before we pulled into Bjorli Station where we all disembarked, by now the snow was quite heavy as we boarded our coach for the return journey back to Andalsnes.
The road had several bends but we had a good driver with winter tyres so felt quite safe as we meandered our way back through the valley.
We felt as if we were in a black and ...
... through several long tunnels, crossed the fjord via another ferry before unknown to us appearing at the base of Boyabreen a branch of Europe's largest glacier, Jostedalsbreen. Not long after we found our selves on a crazy road that twisted up, down and around a steep valley with amazing landscape. At one point being stopped by another English couple in ...