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... directional on a narrow bit to allow the opposite direction to inch past....But, there always those who leave you wondering how they are allowed to be in charge of a vehicle on these narrow, and I have to say challenging roads. Let's just say that I was heard to utter a few profanities from time to time, and if it wasn't for the fact that I am able to breathe-in to such an extent that we can just squeeze through.....And.....touch wood....so far, ...
LHR to Bergen Meet Thea & Alf Get to house - it's not ready, roar our landlord drops us off, by motor boat over to ole bull house, back via ferry to shop & wait for our lift/ luckily we don't do what debs suggested & start walking as he comes to collect us by boat Home dinner, catch up & chill - it's ...
A crisp 12 degrees means means multi-layering. There's a quote here "There's no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing" and they are so right.
Situated right on the North Sea, Stord is a centre for the oil and gas construction and related industries. Everything seems to be 100 times the normal size; insert myself and you have a perspective of size.
Chilly, crisp and beautiful - Norway.
... we were approaching the popular tourist spot of Geiranger and the clouds were starting to form across the highest peaks, some 2000 metres in the air.
After winning trivia with the aptly named team: ‘The Anglo-American Brain Trust with a bit of Maltese Magic’ we received our magnetic note clip then headed to collect our ticket for the tender of go ashore and explore the area from the ground! The process for boarding the tender was simplicity. We ...
... Ryanair flights from both Bergen and Stavanger and links up with Airport bus in Haugesund. The ride took me immediately under the fjord through the the longest under-water tunnel in Norway - the 8.9km long Bømlafjord tunnel under the fjord. It is 260.4m under sea level at its deepest. As we emerged on the other side we passed Valen, the home of the ...