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RECAP: 30th Dec Fortunately, we soon regained our sea legs and spent an interesting spell ashore in Alesund. A pretty settlement with a neat little display of winter cabbages in each flower container. We trudged about the city centre for a couple of hours and return to the ship. Confusion at Dinner: Apparently, each cabin has a "SET PLACE" to sit at dinner. I plonk myself down on the only table for "2" and within seconds (after tucking into my bread roll) a "po" faced couple pitch ...
... a huge flock of seagulls following the ship; there were hundreds of them, swooping and wheeling in the wind. Most of them weren’t even flapping their wings; they were making the most of the updrafts. There were so many I was amazed there weren’t any mid-air collisions. The birds stayed with us for a good few hours.
Back in our cabin afterwards, Trevor watched some sport of TV and I just relaxed and read my Kindle. I am ...
... and it was so different and so unique; one of those ‘instantly recognisable’ landmarks. :-)
We took the opportunity to take lots of photos, not only of the bridges but of the mountains, islands and sea, with the sun low in the sky.Back on the bus we continued on our way, feeling quite exhilarated by this journey, which was voted the world’s Best Road Trip by the Daily Mail. Over five miles ...
... we took it as a sign. We decided to catch a taxi there, giving us time to look around before walking back to the boat. The taxi driver was great. On the way he showed us things we should've seen if we had more time, but he reiterated that Nidaros Cathedral was the most important. He said it was at least a half an hour walk from the Hurtigruten terminal and, when he dropped us off, he pointed us in the direction of the nearest taxis in case we ran out of time. Built on the site of ...
... a cruise ship docking in town).
We boarded our bus & met our guide who was the first & only person we met with the stereotypical sing song Norwegian accent. She kind of reminded me of a stern school teacher, but she turned out to be very sweet, knowledgable, & fun. We were doing the "Best of Averoy" tour which took us out into the countryside to an island called Averoy. The countryside was lush green hillsides with lakes ...