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... culture shock, haha. Thankfully I was tired and the scenery was interesting, so it didn't really bother me. I pulled out my copy of Rick Steve's guide to Scandinavia, carefully highlighted and postnoted only in the Norway section. I started reading some of the other sections, mainly country intros and capital cities. The Danish is portrayed as really fun and kind of silly. The Swedes just ...
... beatings are not on my Norway bucket list. No wonder it was cheap. Anyway (mum) I'm safe because I make GOOD DECISIONS and I had been planning to spend my last night in Oslo on the island of dreams. Said island, however, does not have showers or duvets, both of which were in the forefront of my mind when I booked my dorm bed for tonight. You can skip to the end now if you're not interested in all the reasons this was an excellent decision because it's the ...
... then. We had tried to book ahead but because we were late starters all accommodation was fully booked, so we chose to complete the "Norway in a Nutshell" tour on the one day. After exchanging email addresses and phone numbers with Anne (our new best friend!) and saying our fond goodbyes with promises to catch up when next in Melbourne it was time to board the fabulous "Flamsbana" or Flam railway to the uninitiated! This rail link to Myrdal twenty kilometres away but 900 ...
... the airport (not quite, but it seemed like a really long way), we were both pretty stuffed (and a bit smelly…..).
3rd and final debacle was that when we'd booked the hire car from Oslo airport, there was only 1 airport to choose from in the drop down box on the booking site, so that's the one we (Carol) chose… yes, I'm to blame for this one. It wasn't until I was checking the details for Norway that I realised that Ryan Air flew into ...
... it's cafe so we were very lucky to be able to have an amazing brunch there. We then went and walked up to the royal palace, down to the
pier, around the old fortress, Akershus Fortress, and around the new part of the pier. The new pier is a very modern area with lots of new buildings, museums, shops and restaurants. A big contrast to the rest of the city. After a tea break (we have been in London too long!) and a walk during which I almost took ...