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... la situación del camino y les muestro adonde pueden armar las carpas y estacionar las camionetas. Lucen muy emocionados y me cuentan que es el cumpleaños de una de ellos. Increíblemente nos piden para sacarnos una foto con ellos, a lo que aceptamos. "Los uruguayos son demasiado agradecidos", pienso, apenas les mostramos un campito público con unas mesas y un baño y se muestran muy contentos. U- Nos llevaron hasta el lugar adonde ...
... to stop for a little while and rest. Going down was hard though too because he was still walking super fast and it was still SUPER steep. We finally made it down to the bottom and went to the fish market for a snack and some ice cream (they have the CREAMIEST soft serve ice cream EVER in Norway) Finally, we went to the ship feeling incredibly grateful for the sea day tomorrow so that we can rest up for a few busy days of ports ...
... I guess a little tired of seafood every night!). Dinner was good, had a lot of laughs, good conversation. The pizza was pretty good too.
We decided to take a walk up to the Springsteen concert after dinner to listen to the music from just outside the concert area. Since it was an outdoor concert, it was pretty easy to hear the music. We happened to choose a spot where the security guards were escorting out quite a few people who, we assume, were ...
... shoreline along the marina is built on
timber and all the structures are timber.
Some have sunk and sloped a bit and you can see the "wonky houses". It is amazing that it is still standing today
– hence, its name – the wooden city.
We wandered around the streets and just soaked up the atmosphere. Had fish and chips on the marina for dinner
then had an early night as it had been a very busy day.
... a torch. The thought of spending a night in the Norwegian mountains in October didn't suit us much. We made it back before the light completely went, but after the last bus on Sunday had gone. Thanks to our networking skills we sweet talked our way into getting a lift back to Voss with one of the hotel staff. We were very grateful that there was a bar at the hotel whilst we waited.
The next day we had kayaking planned, but this was scuttled by poor weather. ...