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... having Champagne tastes on a beer budget!
I think our cabin attendant must have heard me wondering out loud why other rooms had towel animals and we didn't (i quite liked this novelty aspect of this on our first cruise). Potentially as we have the cheapest room on the boat and prepaid gratuities... But thats just a theory ;)
Anyway, i think i may have guilted him into it as whamo, we had our first animal, an elephant. Awesome end to the ...
... so much snow and our guide confirms that it is lying longer than usual, indeed when we stop later at a mountain lake this is still frozen over.
There are some amazing waterfalls on the side of the road and after about an hours drive we are at the summit inside the cloud! What a pity we can't see any of the wonderful views that adorn the postcards they are selling in the small shop.
... they let us go, however we were only allowed to drive to the picnic area on the other side, turn around and make our way back to Geiranger. It was such a lovely day.
By the time we got back to the hotel we were all exhausted, however, it was a highlight dinner, so we had to attend. Flopped into the bed at goodness knows what time. However, it is still light at midnight, even as I type this ...
... a fire after hours. They are now rebuilding the center with more space, interactive visitor center, larger restaurant and so on to make tourism a learning experience.
There are three national parks as a part of Jostedalen National Park: ****rdsbreen, Bergsetbreen and Austdelsbreen.
It was the most amazing view in ages and I even want to go back to see glaciers again.
Written by Claudia
Loen, an region by Nordfjord, is just minutes away from Styrn. When we arrived Loen, I was fascinated with the steeple of the octagon church and asked Gudmund to take me there. When we arrived at the church, I was drawn to the cemetary that had been there for hundreds of years. It sure feels like I was in an ancient village. ...