Rica Park Hotel Drammen
Travel Blogs from Drammen
... back to Helle's place and had lunch, then spent some time figuring out where we're going to go tomorrow, where to buy fuel and so on. Once all that was out of the way it was time to go and pick up the camping mattress and sleeping bag Jess was renting from a guy on AirBnB (a website where people can rent out spare rooms to travellers). It turned out that the guy she was renting it from was a good 40 minute ride away, so we got all geared up and made a trip of it. When we ...
... like we had travelled to all these remote fishing villages. Then we went to KonTiki museum which was a museum about Thor Heyerdahl who wanted to prove you could get from Peru to Tahiti on a raft made of reeds. We walked 15 minutes uphill to the Viking museum and saw three big boats where they buried people. Then we walked to the first open air ...
... have respect and manners and above all
Not feeling too happy wandering around here I headed back to the hotel and
decided to eat in the hotel restaurant. I knew it would be expensive and sure
enough it was. £33 for steak and chips and another £4 for a coke!!
Finally all excitement over and its back to my room to check out tomorrows
journey to Kristiansand in hope of catching a ferry back to Denmark.
And that's another day of this wonderful ...
... the side roads, taken longer to do the hike, and taken a lot more pictures. The area was wooded and had lots of adorable little houses. Plus, the view of the bay was stunning. I'm not really upset about the hike at all.
Eventually, I got to ProDykk Oslo, the SCUBA center. It is down a hill at an industrial marina area. The guy running the class was really nice about me being late- so late he had already completed the classroom portion with the other 3 ...
... from infant to elderly and displayed them in so many different ways.
We then went to the Ski Jump, this was of course not being used for snow sports but they were zip lining from it!
Next we were off to the Viking Ship Museum, here were three ships recovered and preserved. On one ship they even recovered skeletons.