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... had grass roofs, no goats on their roofs though, that we could see. And these weren't just in the country, they were in towns. Train seats, you never could knowingly buy your seat facing in the direction of travel. But every train seemed to have a car that took bikes and buggies. You don't get face cloths, just towels. Double/queen beds were made with two single duvets folded either in half lengthwise or their long edges each turned under a quarter. So no ...
... 890m so was a little chilly and some snow patches around.
We had about 90 mins to wait for the train to Flam and the platform was packed. We had reserved seats on the seats which was fortunate. The trip down goes through numerous tunnels but the highlight is the stop at the Kjosfossen falls which was in full flow because of the wet spring. As before they had a troll figure dancing half ...
... to our location is the proximity of the fish market – not that it’s smelly, rather the opposite as most of the product sold here is cooked and consumed by tourists and the air is redolent with nice cooking smells, no it’s the fact that so much fish attracts seagulls and they are notoriously incontinent, that is the problem! One other one, albeit on the other end of the scale in terms of pleasantness, is the fact that passers- by like to talk about ...
... considered it as an option but what there was there was a small gathering of summer chalets, old fishing huts and lastly and most interestingly, a disused wharf and some vacant, rotting buildings. Not the most attractive of berths, admittedly, but well sheltered and safe and we decided to take advantage of it, settling in at 16:30. A little later we climbed up the steep, overgrown path that led us onto the hill above us and thence round on a road, towards the head ...
... efforts of an oil rig support vessel that was used to raise her. As she was lying keel down on the bottom with all the sails on, she was relatively easy to lift (apparently) using robotic cameras and lifting gear. She was lifted onto the deck of the rescue vessel and then the trip from just off Gotland in the Baltic to Stavanger commenced. The crew of the Wyvern were determined to get her engine working again and indeed, by the ...