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Arrived about 7am. Very noisey winches ropes. Woke us up so got up to look at the beautiful view. A tiny wee end on the fjord town of 500 soon to be overrun with tourists. Our ship plus another then bus loads of tours from Bergen. All to take the famous Flam train ride up the mountain. Only lasting an hour return it apparently takes in stunning high scenery. Trouble is the cost ...
... But the downside is it is a little early to do all activities e.g certain hikes that are still closed because of snow and ice, and certain tours don't start until June. So depending on what you really want to do, do your research before. The outcome of The Challenge: for 12 days touring Norway, with 2 fjord cruises, all transportation, accommodation, food cost me around NOK4600! So Norway on a budget IS possible (but you won't be eating like a Queen or sleeping in comfort - that will cost ...
... in Flam overlooking the fjord and wondering if our bags will make it to Oslo. We paid to have them portered to our hotel so as not to carry them on 3 trains, a ferry and a bus. If it doesn't work Mark has experience in surviving with minimal underwear.
So as not to get too sedentary, we had the 4 km walk around the valley before collapsing in the hotel.
Tomorrow for a change it's a couple of train trips and a late arrival in Oslo.
... and call it a village. That's what this area looks like. It's just incredible.
Some people can look at this type of gorgeous scenery forever, but at some point, the rest of us get sensory overload, or we just get accustomed to the beauty. Each incredible waterfall starts looking like the last incredible waterfall. Two hours is about as much as most people can appreciate, so it's good that's' about how long the boat ride was.
At Gudvangen, they ...
... deafening and then suddenly some enchanting music begins and from behind a rock a female dancer/troll emerges and performs an enticing dance to lure away the menfolk. Lovely fairy tale but it added to the trip. When we reached our stop we all made our way to an hotel where we were served tea/coffee with waffles (what you call. Naughty but nice, actually very nice). After the refreshments we headed off (all of 3 minutes walk) to see ...