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... English at Cambridge as I wondered how someone from China could afford to come all this way and pay local prices.
Originally from Shanghai she was doing a different cruise option so would not be sailing with me. She had chosen the more popular shorter ...
... of small
uninhabited islands. One would have expected to see seals or sea lions in this
area but again there was a total lack of marine life.
At least if there was anything we saw now and again that was birds and
today we spotted 3 large Eagles on the nearby islands.
By mid-morning the deck space was getting rather busy and Lauren, Andy
& myself were sitting happily facing the side of the ship and simply
watching the scenery go by. It ...
... almost like a movie set it's so perfect in some places with little sheep scattered about. For sure worth the early morning stress and window nazi snafus!
After the tour a bus took the group to Voss - Another small town. From there we boarded another train to Bergen. I'll have a couple of hours to roam around before catching the night train. By tomorrow afternoon I'll be back in Copenhagen ready to explore more of the ...
... the road tolls begun. Here, there are tolls for roads that take you anywhere and everywhere. There is also no guide to where these are or a single body to pay them. This coupled with fuel prices of around $2.75 per liter of diesel makes for some
pricey trips. As well as tolls, the Norwegians love tunnels. Due to the undulating landscape they seem to have tunnels through anything remotely difficult to build around. Anyway, after some nervous moments ...
... was correct. The train even stopped at a
specially built platform for 5 minutes, to allow passengers to take photos of a hugely wide waterfall,
cascading down the side of a mountain.
After the 60 minute journey we alighted at Myrdal station to
wait for the next train to Oslo. Other Passenger's returned to Flam and their tour buses or cruise
ships. We needed to get on with the next stage of our journey.