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... lobster etc. You can get fish and chips for about £14!!!
There were stalls selling moose and raindeer sausages, dried to last for months. Also lots of shops with big fair isle type sweaters and expensive leather goods. As you would expect we didn't buy a thing - we can just about afford to eat!
We had a look at the wonky wooden houses on the Bryggen, which ...
I've been underwhelmed by Bergen. While their transit is shiny/efficient and many parts of the city are beautiful, it is expensive, rainy and has the misfortune of coming right after Iceland (which I loved) in my itinerary.
It isn't that I've had a miserable time here but more that this city (which about 277,000 people seem not to mind calling home) fails to elicit from me a superlative. I know that there's often beauty in the ...
Roldal - Bergen - Hovet Monday March 2nd After a nice cozy night in our cabin we woke up, looked out of the window and realised it had been snowing. There looked to be about one or two inches on a roof across the way which had been clear when we went to bed so no worries. We had breakfast, got our stuff together and went to find the car, we did know where the car was, but as it happens, find the car was a very fitting phrase. We hadn't been able to park near the cabin because of all ...
Now I will talk about the Hurtigruten!
Hurtigruten is a shipping company that operates a fleet of ships that provide a daily service between Bergen and Kirkenes.
They are working boats,in that they deliver mail and supplies to the little towns along the coast which are otherwise pretty isolated.
They also take passengers and our boat ( or is that ship - I never know!) had about 400 passengers the majority of whom were Germans.
it is also a kind of ferry ...
... our only night out of the trip with a couple of bottles of wine, nervously laughing as we ignored the giant rats running through the garden alongside our tent.
As dressed up as we could manage, we hit the town and went for a really nice dinner, sitting at the bar at Pingveien, whether it was nice because it was good or because it just wasn't couscous and passata with lashing of herbes ...