Thon Hotel Linne
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... in Polar environments, spent time learning how to travel in those regions from the Inuit inhabitants, and prepared like crazy. Scott, on the other hand, arrived underequipped and attempting to use new technologies that weren’t intended for the extreme environment he was going to face. In this case, poor planning didn’t only mean poor results, but tragic ones.
We then went to a building housing the original Kon-Tiki and Ra II rafts that ...
... rooms before 10am anyway and cannot sleep in. On the second night we had same room which was ok.
Our plan was to have a day sightseeing separately as Mel had to do something as a priority. So I went to see folk museum. By the time I arrived at the museum, I was told the ticket wasn't ready by then and I got in for free... I had a look around how Norwegians lived in the old days to now. It was quite interesting to explore. I learned the fact there ...
... being built on a landfill and everything). I had managed to eke my 1.5l out for 18 hours, but I was pretty thirsty by the time I got to the mainland. LEVEL UP! (on Maslow's hierarchy of needs). Next on the list was coffee (thanks to family tambourine). At the coffee shop I met a very nice American lady called Ally, who not only made me a coffee, but also filled my water bottle up with ice cubes FOR FREE. It was quite hot (did I mention that) so it felt like she'd given me ...
... bit of time, but I eventually worked it out and was on my way. I will add here that the weather was, once again, picture perfect. The ferry across took about 15 minutes, and then it was about that again to walk to the museum. I have to say that I absolutely loved this museum. The museum holds three old Viking ships, two of which are fairly well preserved, and the third one less so, that were used as burial sites for individuals - very impressive. The museum ...