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... as well as the harbour. Bergen really is a lovely place. Although the second biggest city in Norway, with 267,000 inhabitants, it has a compact feel to it. We walked for hours just around the central part of it, before catching the funicular up to Mount Floyen for views over the city and the bay. On the way back to To Sostre we stumbled upon an old fortress. We could hear clanging from outside but as soon as we walked through the gate, the source ...
... return by bus. I thought that would be tiring with so many changes and it would be more scenic to sail to Bergen and see the sunset.
On arrival at Flam there were massive warehouse size souvenir shops more designed for peak tourist season. Also advertised ...
... leaves them in the Norwegian countryside, which might not be a topic I'll be wanting to dwell on when I'm on my tent on my own tomorrow night. The sun came out for a little while in the afternoon, so I took the opportunity to head down to the supermarket to get some supplies for my coastal voyage tonight (a sandwich with three types of fish!). I'm on the Hurtigruten, which is a fleet of ships serving everything from city ports to ...
Long journal today. We travelled on mainly 2 lane roads with about 80K of tunnels. One of the tunnels was 24.5K long and is the longest in the world. It seems the Norwegians really like to build tunnels rather than deface the landscape. Driving in Europe also means lots of roundabouts which are an excellent solution avoiding the construction of over and underpasses and traffic lights. On leaving Oslo we discovered why there were so few cars ...
Apologies for the blog being on hold for a bit. We've been camping a lot with little internet or electricity access so it has been difficult.
We both woke pretty early as you do when you're camping. We packed up the tent and headed off towards Bergen. Thankfully, it was quite sunny (turns out it's the hottest summer in Norway for over 100 years). It was an absolutely beautiful ride, especially when we reached the fjords. Awesome waterfalls from melting ...