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... 5 hours by boat from the ocean. Such a beautiful little village. We took the Flam railway up 866m and saw the most wonderous scenery. Mountain streams cascading down the mountain sides to meet a raging river transversing the bottom of the valley. With the sun shining, the green of the valley came alive and it looked just like a post card. On the way down, we decided to alight 3/4 of the way and walk the rest. We came across a lovely church and ...
... of snow. The river water had cut its way through many of these walls and
glaciers and made tunnels under much of the ice making for some good
Away up high on the edge of this wonderful mountain I am once again looking
down from the cliff tops towards the frozen lake way down below. From up here it
simply looked like quite a large lake but only after I realised a small white
lump at the edge of the lake was a rather large house and not ice as I first ...
... attraction in Norway.
Any attached photographs are a pale imitation of reality and you will just have to come see it for yourself.
Our happy group of passengers included
- a 100 year old American and his wife who were driving around Norway (!)
- 3 Tasmanian ladies who had all dyed their hair blonde to fit in (that had to be the reason, it didn't work)
- 3 young Russian girls who after a million selfies set ...
... well-marked. You don't really run the risk of getting lost. Secondly, this is a relatively safe area. While I know that no places is 100% safe, you're not exactly likely to get attacked by a person, although I can't speak for the sheep. Really, the only risk you run is of falling, because it was very slippery in some places. I would generally suggest trying to go with a second person for safety, as if you go early, it might be a long time before somebody comes ...
... 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 ...