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Hi family &'Friends, thanks for staying with me while I have been having problems with my blog. Thanks to my darling daughter who set this up for me, hopefully all will be well now & you will be notified by Travel pod when I have posted a new blog. I am going to commence this blog from the Arctic circle in Finland to part way through Norway …
What a magnificent place! The town is so pretty with a beautiful waterfall which passes right through it. It's at the end of one arm of the Storfjorden.
We took a bus ride to two lookouts - one directly above the town and one which showed the fjord by which we entered. Absolutely spectacular - not really much more to say -got to see it to believe ...
... wedding in progress in the nearby church. The groom worked in tunneling and clearly had access to explosives. He announced his wedding with a bang. Later we saw bride and groom coming through town in a massive black dump truck dragging the usual assortment of cans behind. After some distance, we got near enough to the local glacier, Jostedal, to get out and take a look at it. From there the route started getting serious. We could see squiggly bits on ...
... When we arrived at Flydalsjuvet, it was still kind of rainy, but you could see the town and the fjord below. Flydalsjuvet is best known as the ideal spot to take pictures of the cruise ships. It was just a.short stop there and then we were on our way to Mount Dalsnibba which, at 4,600 feet is one of the highest peaks you can reach by vehicle in Norway and, if it is clear, you can see across most of the World Heritage area with the fjord in the distance. Although we ...
... stop even for morning tea and it is available she will come out swigging a small bottle and not blink. She has also had difficulty buying any and is showing signs of desperation. Wayne and I found a shop, made our purchase and escaped. Later on the bus, Chad told everyone if they wanted to buy any alcohol to do so in the next town as it is rare in Geiranger to be able to buy it locally. It's ok, we have it sorted!
On another note everyone on the bus has been very punctual ...