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... indignant - you are sitting at "OUR TABLE"......anyone would would have though we had insulted the Captain!.........We are virtually frog marched off by "STAFF" to a table for "4" nearby....despite Cathy grabbing handfulls of paperwork and squeaking........"WHERE DOES IT SAY WE HAVE ALLOCATED SEATING ON THIS VOYAGE????" DONT MENTION THE WAR: Our table of 4 is made up of a retired GERMAN couple and us. They are from Hamburg (Don't mention The War) and I have no idea of their names ...
... 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 ...
... rate it as Norway's most significant icon and the country's holiest shrine. The problem is it didn't open until 9am and it was on the other side of the city. At least we had until 10am, but it was still going to be tight. We decided to have breakfast at a semi-reasonable hour, 8am (we ARE on holidays), and by 8.45am we were on solid ground. We could see the cathedral's spire and it looked A LONG way away. When a lone taxi passed us as we were exiting the port and stopped in an empty ...
... 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 ...