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- Continental Breakfast
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... prices dropping the economy in Norway is not what it use to be. Unemployment is rising. Her husband finished school in May but so far has not found a job. They wonder about their future. Before boarding the boat we took one last walk around beautiful Svolvaer . At 6:30 we boarded our ship, got settled on and ate dinner. We sail at 8:30. This begins the last portion of our trip, sailing down the western coast of Norway to ...
... to see great views of the last few tiny islands.
We overnighted at the Fishing museum carpark with 6 other MH's, with the sun still shining at half past midnight, and on through the ...
... time home to 150 souls, the women of the town were known for catching puffins, curing the meat in salt and selling it; the name comes from the dog, the mastad, that was specially bred with an extra toe, the better to catch puffins. Although reportedly there are still puffins as well as other seabirds nesting nearby, we saw only a few seagulls, two black guillemot and two orange-beaked oyster catchers-no puffins on either ...
... as we head to Iceland on Friday.
The plan was to capture some sunset shots around Reine. The weather had again closed in though. We got a couple of shots of an interesting footbridge that leads the eye up to an interesting little peak shaped exactly like the Sorting Hat in Harry Potter. Unfortunately a couple of shots here, dulled by the weather, and that was all that was possible. It started to snow fairly heavily. So a beer and dinner and done for the ...
... we took the chance to shift locations, even thought the aurora was still firing. This is taking a chance, as the aurora is forever elusive and comes and goes.
We headed to Skagsanden Beach, where we tried to shoot the previous night without success. Tonight was another story. There were quite few other photographers down there. Fortunately, the aurora was still firing, and we enjoyed again the incredible sight of the aurora shining across the entire length ...