Rica Hell Hotel
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Today we had a bit of a sleep in. Got up about 9:00am and then had breakfast. Tonje had made some eggs and coffee with a lot of awesome cheese. There was also a Norwegian cheese which is sweet and was really good on break with her grandmothers home made and grown strawberry jam.
After breakfast we went for a hike to see graves from thousands of years ago. Tonje's dad had told us about them the day prior when we were on the boat, and showed us them from afar.
... room once a day, that's it. We're given 2 sets of very thin, old, non-absorbant towels - one small bath towel, one hand towel. That's it. I don't even know where to find the maid to ask if I could get an extra towel.
- The ship feels crowded especially if we get on deck 7 where it's the open deck (where the swimming pool is) and you can look around outside. There are people smoking there which makes it unpleasant in addition to the many people.
- There is no ...
... interactions with complete strangers (I am the weirdo on the bus), but there's something about being able to discuss the important things with people you care about that I can't go for too long without. There are phone calls and texts, but it doesn't feel the same as being in the same room. I'm also missing hugs (feel free to be a little bit sick in your mouth any time now because I'm starting to sound like an awful greetings card)- I know a handful of people who I can rely on for ...
... part of town. On our way we also saw an elevator to pull bikers up the hill. Looked very difficult to do, but probably very practical once you know how to do this.
When walking through Trondheim, it very much reminds of walking through some city parts of Sydney, similar type of wooden housing, very colorful and packed, combined with the harbor and the surrounding water, the resemblance is high. Even the costs of having ...
... riding starts once again.
It sure has been relaxing on this ship and I am extremely glad I did it and saw Norway from a different angle than just from my bike, however I now feel I missed a number of wonderful mountain passes and lakes etc but I suppose I cannot win them all and will simply have to return once I have saved up the cash once again.
Tomorrow I believe the scenery changes for the better as we approach our final destination of Bergen so watch this ...