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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the previous cruise, but he did have some new ones and we enjoyed the show. There was time to get to the reduced price drinks at the sunset “Power Hour” in Skywalker’s nightclub, so we went there for a nightcap and the nice view.
The last day of the cruise was a day at sea. This time we needed to get packed, so we had a pretty quiet day. We had breakfast, did laundry & packed, had pizza for lunch, then more packing. When ...
... to our hotel and found out check in wasn't until 3. We found a bus that took us to a ferry round trip for the Pulpits rock climb. We bought a ticket and headed for the ferry. In the ferry, the tickets were rather expensive so we hid from the ticket punchers on the way there. After a quick bathroom break we departed on a 2 hour hike up to the Rock. It was difficult in some parts with 50 yards of rocky steps here and there. I ...
... me a lift and once I got to Bergen Josh in fact lived there and invited me to his mates birthday bash so I could head out with some locals.
So the next day was basically about relaxing, doing a bit of research and enjoying a quiet night in having a chat with Samuel. On Thursday morning I decided to go for a bit of a wander round the old town before getting a call from Morten that he would be coming to bit me up and then it would be off to Bergen for the ...
This morning we took a three hour Fjord trip to see the Pulpit rock. An amazing piece of rock that towers about 1,000 meters over the Fjord. On top it is a 25 meter square flat piece of rock that people can trek to from a hostel further inland. People actually sit on the edge of the rock and dangle their legs over. You would never be allowed to do this in Australia. We ...
... 0930 we trundled off, thinking that we were lucky to have chosen such a nice spot to wild camp. It couldn't get much better than this, could it? Wrong! We continued along the 38 to just past Skafså. There Sean the Satnav got us to take the 45 over to Flateland. The map doesn't really show how wibbly wobbly this road is. The GPS was useful for showing just how tight the hairpin bends were. We then turned south onto the 9. This was a pretty road and, by Norwegian standards ...