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... the bus. We didn't see much in town that interested us so we headed back to the ship for lunch. Ruth was feeling better and joined us. During the afternoon Ruth and I went to the Spa and enjoyed some quiet time in the saunas and heated lounge chairs. We were glad we opted for the sauna package. While a little expensive it gave us time to relax away from everything. Dinner was in Animator's Pallet which has a fun animation show built into the dinner service. Our ...
... although the tunnel access was quite something as it had a very steep drop and rise over its 5Km length.
Having worked our way around the coast, we pulled up for the night at a very nice camp site at Kvisvik, where we have an uninterrupted view of the beach and sea which is all of 5m in front of us. If the rain lets up we may be able to see out to sea!
... 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 ...
... used in Norway, which eclipsed the smaller traditional homes. As we entered port, we heard 3 cannon volleys--quite a surprise. We could see the smoke rising from atop the hill opposite our dock. We discovered from our guide that there is a fort on that hill & due to a battle that took place a long time ago, it has become tradition to announce to the townspeople the arrival of any ship. So everyone knew we had arrived (not like you're ...