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... a hole in the middle.
The tunnel is 160 metres (520 ft) long, 35 metres (115 ft) wide, and 20 metres (66 ft) high. It was formed during the Scandinavian ice age. Ice and water eroded the looser rocks, while the *********es in the mountain top have resisted erosion.
At around three o’clock I decided I couldn’t be bothered to faff around with my hair, so I went along to the salon where they did a wash and blowdry for me, ...
... in the middle. We left the bus in downtown Trondheim to see a little more of the city and almost didn't make it back to the ship on time. They don't wait for you if you're late! Thursday, 9/18, we crossed the Arctic Circle about 7:30AM. At 8:15AM we downloaded on to a small ship to go to Svartisen Glacier, the second largest glacier in Norway. The temperature was in the 40's but on the open deck the breeze made it ...
... there together, Camilla and the kids join us not long after for a late lunch, early dinner. This is where we will be staying on our return from our trip as our hosts will be away in the mountains at their cabin in the wild Norwegian countryside. Another great day in this beautiful friendly country. Tomorrow we leave for our Norway tour, Camilla will give us a lift to the station. Thank You Camilla, See you Saturday! More from us later, gradually catching up with this blog. Garry and ...
Another awesome drive with the sun out in full force. Before leaving Videseter we headed up the pass to check out the ski field that had just opened for the season. Pretty basic but the drive itself was nice. Almost straight away we were on the Geiranger - Trollstigen scenic route. Geiranger is a pretty spectacular fjord offering amazing views on the drive in and out. We happened to pass through while a local half marathon was taking place and had to pull ...
... br> East to West but still a reasonable way north of the Glacier. Roads
were not great,a motorway is a two lane highway and we didn't hit a
dual carriaageway until we got to Bergen.
We had planned to take
a particular ferry on the journey but got talking to a Norwegian gent
in a layby who had come over to look at Stanley who suggested an
alternative which he recommended as cheaper and also a prettier
Got to the ferry as ...