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... distance to the bike shop where we were given our safety equipment include a helmet, gloves and a reflective vest before walking to the bus that will take us 1,000 meters up the mountain. As we rode the bus up, we passed through some rain showers as we watched the scenery change from lush green forest to rock and scrubby bushes. The bus finally arrived at the starting ...
... Today we opted for the west route as our return to Oslo will use part of the east route. We stopped in Innvik for a coffee and managed to get the last punt of the last strawberries of the season. Sweet and loaded with flavor. While savoring them and our coffee we were startled by a very loud explosion followed by several more. I could see smoke on the hill above us and the booms echoed around the fjord. A nearby family explained they were for ...
... up to 600,000 tourists per year. Most of those tourists come via cruise ship and at times there are up to 5 cruise ships anchored in the harbor. In addition, there are overnight accommodations in Geiranger for 2,500 people. Ferries arrive several times each day as well. Cruise ship travel to Geiranger began with the arrival of the first ship in 1869. People then, as now, traveled up to viewpoints to see the beautiful scenery, but travel was by horse and carriage rather than ...
... for a bottle. The conversion is about 6 kroner to 1 oz dollar. So.... a glass is about $16 and a bottle $84. Beer is typically $14 for a corona - yikes!
Anyway off we go in search of wine which is around $18 a bottle (oz or nz wine) from a wine shop. We look around and we are being closely followed by an older American woman who is getting a reputation for being a drunk...... She drinks before breakfast, morning tea, lunch, dinner really whenever she can, by the cask! Or ...
... sign or whatever to direct us to the correct location. Lucky I asked the receptionist at the hotel beforehand about that and she quickly pointed on the map. I guessed we aren't the only ones. We had issue with the ship ticketing system. Receptionist said my name is double booked and Mel's name haven't came up on the system. It was pretty strange as I know I have entered both of our names in the system. Hurtigruten and the organisation was having communication breakdown so if you're ...