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Another early start and we left Bergen to catch a train to Voss. From Voss we caught a bus to Ganvangen. I think we caught the wrong bus as it was supposed to take the scenic route. It was still pretty amazing though. From there caught a ferry to Flam via the most amazing fjords. The journey took about 2 hours and the scenery was spectacular. Massive vertical mountains surrounding deep blue water. We even saw some seals and dolphins. The water is freshwater so I'm not too sure how ...
... better because we'd cooked it ourselves and spent so little on it. The cottage was absolutely perfect for us and we relished the feeling of closing a door and having our very own room. A simple comfort, but you miss it after a couple of weeks in dorms with the dipsticks of the world. The difference between sun and shade is a little startling. When that sun is up we wear a shirt and sweat, but as soon as it sets over the mountains we're bundled in jackets, wishing ...
Fantastic day. Wish you were all here.
Up early to get to the station on time.
Seemed reasonable to walk (Mark lied about the distance).
We traveled first by train from Bergen to Voss.
The train trip took us through the mighty tunnel system and along the freshwater lakes and river systems. Norway has no problem with water. Water supplies all the power here. Everyone was glued to the window except for the man with the ...
... could sit and just admire the views.There were a few shops open, but mostly full of Norwegian souvenirs so we decided to continue our walk but not before enjoying a nice hot chocolate drink In one if the cafes.
It was a glorious afternoon and a great last Port of Call.
We set sail at 5.00pm bound for Southampton and as it will still be light when we leave Flam I will save some of the photos of our departure through the Fjord until tomorrow.
We boarded the boat in Bergen for the 5 hour trip to Flam. We traversed one of the largest fjords in Norway called Sognefjorden. It was as if we're gliding on ice. The ride was quite smooth until we passed the North Sea and then there was momentary rockiness. We stopped at twelve towns/villages before arriving in Flam. Once in Flam we settled into our hotel and then ventured out on a hike. Unfortunately, ...