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... in the morning through the mountains, with lakes on our way up, narrow streets and again one new thing in Norwegian tunnels: the tunnel in complete darkness. You drive from the over lighted part of the street into complete darkness - no lights - no reflectors - pitch dark. Very surprising and very difficult to drive. The road circles along the fjords or lakes and remains relatively flat until the very ...
... ourselves, but really the roads along the fjords are exceptional. The water is greenish and very clear and when the water is standing, the reflections of the houses or the mountains are gorgeous. The best mirror in the world, you can turn the picture upside down and you won't notice.
From there we took route 13 which is yet another of the touristic routes, called Gaularfjellet. This time first a long ...
... at 1500 meters. Unfortunately it was socked in with clouds and it was snowing when we got there, so no view. The second viewpoint was Flydalsjuvet, which was at only about 300 meters. We got a good view of the Geiranger fjord and the ship from there. We really enjoyed the excursion. Our tour guide, Kari, Kari Knaevelsrud, was very knowledgeable and we really like to see more of the country than just the ports we visit.
Next: The second port - ...
... t bring swimsuits so we went back to the room and I work on uploading photos and catching up on this blog. Gary read from his Kindle and slept a little. Before dinner this evening, Tauck brought in a local history professor to give us an entertaining but informative history of Norway in 55 min. We are dining from à la carte tonight; tomorrow will be back to the buffet.
When we arrived Olden, we took the wrong turn to a fork and got lost. The view of Nordfjord was stunning. We got back and you'd see the first video. The stream was stunning with clear water that I feel like I was about to float. To turn to the right fork, we went through a narrow bridge. the view of the water from the bridge resembled blue crystal. I lived to see fresh water coming from the glacier. It is ...