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... had the same experience before and knew the solution. The roundabout in the tunnel was there, to bring you to a new bridge that replaced the ferry.
So on we went. Along nice little rivers, along smaller and bigger fjords over the mountains in places where the snow never melts. We even got a nice view of a glacier bathing in the son, probably Hardangerjøkulen Glacier, everything seems to be called ...
... passes through waterfalls and scenic views of the flam valley. There was a 5min stop to come out of the train to look at a waterfall, which was notable since they first played ominous music, and then a dancer popped out about 50 meters away flapping her arms to the rhythm of the music. It all seemed strange and bizarre. But us tourists lapped it up and took pictures. Stop in Myrdal: we had a 3hr layover in Myrdal, which we spent going on a small hike to a waterfall. The town of ...
... ice, which translated to innumerable waterfalls everywhere you turned. Some were small and modest, others were grand and thundering. We were really taken by surprise when the massive tourist bus we were on perched itself at the top of a very high precipice. The bus driver asked if everyone was ready, and in response to their cheers started coasting down the hairpin turns on the mountain. Brittany and I have been on some pretty crazy roads, but this one might top ...
Yahoo, the rain has stopped and our hike today will be that much more fun! Today, we will have a local guide in addition to our WT guide. Hans was quite a character. He is from Ulvik although he has many years traveling the world involved in humanitarian works. The terrain we covered today was not as tough as yesterday partly because it was drier. After the hike we enjoyed a traditional lunch of ...
... took us through incredible scenery over to Gudvangen. Again, there is no real way to capture how incredible the scenery was, but I'll try. First, imagine the Grand Canyon, but make the rocks grey instead of red. Now, coat it in epitome-of-forest-green evergreen forests. Scatter a ton of clean, beautiful waterfalls everywhere, and they all flow into a river flowing through the bottom. Every once in a while, throw in a cluster of a couple of well-kept, ...