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... travel, with a tiny stop in, you guessed it, a souvenir shop! The worst part was the crowds. People shoving everywhere! Mostly Asians in huge tour groups. I got lucky as I was alone so I didn't have issues with seating, and found a front row amazing seat on the boat. Others were not so lucky and had to all separate at parts of the journey. I don't regret the tour, because what I saw was fascinating and so worth it. ...
My journey to Norway was a rocky one. It was my friend' s last night in Iceland, so we went out. Stayed out far too late, had a few drinks, and had a rather rough flight here. Never again. Bergen is absolutely incredible. The first day I went up the funicular and saw the views of the entire city. Such ...
... between the islands closest to land since they are so sheltered. Explore these sunny islands, large and small, and discover an understated charm and a rich history.
The Lyngen Alps
These pristine snowy peaks are an extreme wilderness found above the Arctic Circle, set on a peninsula and providing a stunning backdrop to the blue-glass fjords.
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... quite get half of them right. Once again in the Spanish I learnt something new and also got some revision.
22nd March 2015.
Today we were in Tromso were we got the bus to where the cable car is but when there was a lot of cloud and horizontal snow we decided not to go up in the cable car. We went to a cathedral after dinner for a Scandinavian concert. It was great.
23rd March ...
... only a one strip of overhead lights, turning on the headlights was a must to see where the road goes. They were quite narrow, I commented that you wouldn't want to come across a big truck down here, but Harald assured me that "oh no, we fit quite well." At the end of the tunnel the car emerged into bright sunlight and yet another beautiful landscape. Instead of trucks, the issue with the tunnels is the sheep that like to go into ...