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Packed up and headed for Flam we stopped for a few scenic pics along the way, including the mighty Vorringsfossen waterfalls free falling down some 140m. We then arrived at Flam, the tiny village at the end of the fjord. Checked into the campsite we then set off for a hike.
We strolled through the valley a little way before taking a footpath rising up to a viewpoint for the Brekkefossen. These were some beautiful and impressive falls. We sat and enjoyed them for ...
... in bucket loads of money to the town, there are signs in people's gardens and on the hills saying 'No Cruise Ships'. Don't know what their problem is. We walked around and then went down by the water. Dipped my feet in and it was icy cold, about the same as the Murrumbidgee. Got some groceries for dinner and lunch (still can't get over the price of food and alcohol here) and then sat on our balcony and sunk a few beers while watching the boys play below us. A perfect way to end the ...
... of the trip. On the 1st, Jess flies to the UK for two weeks, and so she started researching her flight home options. I need to visit Jess in the UK to give her the motorcycle helmet just as she leaves for Australia, so I was trying to figure out if I use the Channel Tunnel, or catch a ferry, and how long I myself visit the UK. The channel tunnel, which is a train that carries vehicles, is 32 Euro for a motorcycle on a "day trip" ticket. This works out to 16 Euro each ...
... ride to Myrdal, and a train ride to Oslo. We took the package till flam today, where we're having a pitstop for several days. The route is supposed to be scenic the entire way and so far it hasn't disappointed. Each leg of the trip has been characterized by a stampede of Indian, Chinese, American and other European tourists from one form of transportation to another. Dorothy and I had done our homework on which parts of ...
... simply magnificent. It was also here in these waters that I noticed
some large animal swimming alongside the ferry. It was up and gone within
seconds and so I have no idea what it actually was but have a feeling it was a
seal or something similar.
Finally the ferry arrives into Kinsarvik and I ride off and head north
towards the no 7 road to Oslo.
This is a much faster road than what i have been riding most of the day. It
is extremely twisty and is in ...