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... to find the shopping center where someone told us it was the only place selling coffee besides the garages.
Coffee drunk, it was time to return to the cathedral. Luckly on this side of the bridge the wind was not so harsh and it was a pleasant walk.
The cathedral was open for visitors already. Luck again! Otherwise we would have to wait for another hour.
From the outside it ...
... for a beer? Bla Rock is the place to go.
Football is on and we are the only girls in there. Oh well, another chance for photos in this bar. I just love the decor. I want to take it home with me. (or move here, yeah I said it again).
We walk slowly back to the tour's office (the other one) and wait for the tour.
Outside the city we have to turn back, apparently they forgot ...
... amp; slide. These two old fogeys more concerned that they might break a bone or twist an ankle so stayed with the more sedate options. Amazing views of the island of Tromsoya (Tromso Island) and the surrounding Islands. During this month they have a "Midnight Sun Marathon", "Polar Night Half Marathon" and the "Tromso Mountain Ultra" (50 km) - all sounds terribly ...
... there are homes and small farms.Leaving Tromso we were pleased to see, at last ,cows in the paddocks.
Enjoyed meeting New Zealanders today,we shared the pub trivia time ,and declared we weren't too bad...!!Tomorrow Sam has his King Crab expedition,a fast,open boat and a survival suit, I didn't feel comfortable with.. I have the North Cape journey,and hope to see Reindeer en route.Onwards towards the North Cape, we shall pass at 6.30 am,Bye from us ,in Tromso ...
... shelter and patrons eager to help with our map. Once sorted out we went to the Polaria Museum and had a show of northern lights and another about the north. Then onto an aquarium and the rest of the museum. We spent ninety minutes in the warmth then off into the rain once more to a local bus up to the cable car, which we took to the top of the mountain. Thank goodness the rain ...