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The best scenery in Norway was on show today, together with sunny weather. We took the bus outside our hotel to Gudvangen and on the way followed various glacial rivers, past farmland and ever higher, snow tipped mountains. Then into the narrow and steep Stalheim Gorge, with an amazing road zig-zagging down to the valley below, punctuated by stunning waterfalls on each side. Wow, so beautiful and I got to use the tour guides'seat in the front of the bus! In Gudvangen we ...
... a mere 40 people it is said to be the smallest church in Scandinavia. We went past Aurland and saw its 13th Century church then through Aurlandsfjord to Flåm. Roughly 20km long Aurlandsfjord is one of the many arms of Sognefjord. Flåm is one of the terminal stations of the Flåm Railway. With more than 300,000 passengers a year, it is one of Norway's most popular tourist attractions. We arrived in Flåm at 2:10. The Flåm Railway was ...
... return ticket costs 35 Euro no matter how long I spend in the UK. It's a little disappointing - I would have enjoyed taking the Channel Tunnel - but I would like to spend more than one night in the UK and there's no way I'm paying over $60AUD each way, what a rip. With that, Jess finished booking her flight. She's flying Emirates from the UK with a changeover in Singapore and will get back to Australia at the crack of dawn on the 15 August, so the count is on. ...
... the journey. The bus driver made an effort to provide commentary to us, which was nice since he didn't need to do it. One factoid I remember him telling us, between nodding off to dreamland, is farmers tend to paint their houses red because it's the cheapest paint (white is the most expensive). Ferry to flam: this was the most noteworthy leg so far, and one which I was fully awake for. Throughout the ferry ride, swarms of ...
... have to stop and take photos.
After that its onwards into a tunnel where on entering a sign shows a
roundabout about 300m or so ahead but then it says the tunnel is about 1300m
long!! My head started spinning and I began to question myself as to what i seen
As I head into this orange lit tunnel I notice up ahead it all becomes blue
and for a moment I was wondering what in the world I was seeing. Right there
ahead and all lit up in blue was a 4 ...