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... scenery took on an uncanny similarity to the Salzkammergut area of Austria, which is one of our most favorite places on earth. The tour made some obligatory stops for facilities, snacks, local lore, and of course shopping.
We started to enter a series of very long tunnels through the mountains, which was the only way to reach Hellesylt and our ship. Less than 20 years ago, ...
... Stryn is located near, what else, a fjord, and our hotel was once again up on a hill. They sent a car to pick us up. After we had checked in, the sky cleared and the sun came out. In spite of Anna's protests, Steph and I refused to consider going to the Briksdal Glacier that evening and we sat in the cool air outside the lodge and did the next best thing – open one of our bottles of Chablis to drown our sorrows.
... and the surrounds with hoards of other tourists. First stop at this point was the Eagle Road with many hairpin bends that took us to a lovely lookout over the ship, Geiranger town and the famous 'Seven Sisters' waterfall (15 minute break only, lucky for us as i was busting for the loo, too much free juice and coffee for me!). Next stop was a giant gorge splitting the mountain in half, another view over Geiranger and the fjord. And toilets, ...
... creatures in the area. He also apologizes a lot for the rain. Today it's raining, not just sprinkles. We go past one incredible waterfall that you see from the ship. Very powerful! Then we wander to the Westeras Mountain Farm where we will be having waffles later. GOATS! Lots of goats and sheep and a few Guard Llamas. Yeah, Llamas. Better than dogs ...
... Of course by the time we stopped for a break at 2am, there was too much light and the moon was behind a mountain =(
Pictures from a moving bus or with strange lighting aren't always the best and certainly don't do justice to the beauty of Norway =) I've added times to these pic titles...still amazes me the amount of light in the middle of the ...