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62 degrees - 3:38 am/11:26 pm
We were tendered a short distance to Geiranger. This picturesque town has 250 people and was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005. There are 180-250 cruise ships that visit Geiranger each year.
We walked up the waterfalls stairway to the Norwegian Fjord Center. We then walked to the church. The octagonal wooden church dates from 1842. It is situated up on a hill surrounded ...
... 8 hours. There were probably more than 150 people taking this excursion, 4 big buses - one English, one Norwegian, one German, and one French. Nice Mercedez buses, clean and quite new. Our guide, Peter, was from Hungary, but spoke English quite well. The bus driver was local, but spoke English better than Peter. He just be a very experienced driver, as the big bus had to navigate very narrow mountain roads with hair-pin turns. The scenery was beautiful. We stopped ...
... fourth time" Me: "I slept in a chair last night" *awkward silence* It was a bit rainy and miserable, but I decided to go outside for the last part of the journey into Geiranger. It was well worth the cold - the landscape was as dramatic as any postcard and our 11,000 ton ship was dwarfed by the cliffs looming over the fjord, which itself was still and blue. You could see tiny farms dotted along the hillsides, some only accessible by boat or on foot, ...
... up on the mountain face, clinging to small plateaus. It was cold and wet out on the boat, and we were happy enough to climb aboard our large boat to get changed into dry clothes. Today has been the only day it rained and together with a mad (but definitely good looking in a rugged way) Swede boat driver causing us to get wet, the weather has been just wonderful to ...
We decided to take a tour which involved being driven to Dalsnibba and then cycling back. As soon as we got off the tender we went to try and book it. However the tour was fully booked and so we decided to just hire bikes ...