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... being taken from port to port - The Hurtigruten is as much a working ship as a cruise liner. I am most definitely steerage - more Leo than Kate (but if it comes to it there's no way she's keeping that door all to herself). I don't have a cabin, or a suite, or even a bed, but I'm hoping to find some where to curl up for a few hours during the night! I've got some peach tea and a fish sandwich, so I think I'll be ok. The ship I'm on, ...
... with extra leg room and free hot drinks. It has a children's play area carriage and a cafe carriage. It's the best train you'll ever go on ever. Lakes! Forests! Streams! Mountains! Tiny red houses! Fjords! Far away sheep! I've uploaded some photos, but they don't really do it justice because they're taken out of a train window (obvs). The WHOLE SEVEN HOURS was just pure joy out of every window. Except for the tunnels, but even they provided some relief from pressing myself against ...
... lot happier after buying the replacement mats. Lars had also purchased one for himself since they were on special.
We ate dinner around 9pm. This was fine with is since we'd had such a late lunch. Lars cooked up a delicious BBQ of sausages, burgers, steaks and served with it, potato salad, anti pasto type bits and pieces, and a fine selection of cheeses. One of which included gamalost, a very old Norwegian cheese which was brown in colors and had the texture of ...
... tollway for now the third time, the point where I last knew I had them, then slowed down and did the next few sections at approximately 30 km/h. In the long tunnel, with cars banking up behind me - not that I cared - Jess and I scanned the sides of the road. Along the fjord road, with the road down to one lane and more traffic behind me, we searched and searched. After well over an hour, we pulled up back at Alvik with no sleeping mats. They were gone. I'm being so careful, ...
... to call them,the Nogs – the most famous of whom was Noggin. But
more of them later.
But there's a thing.Are
the Nordics just the Norwegians?Who are the Scandinavians and if
Danish pastries don't come from there (or do they?) where do Swedes
come from there?
So this is like a
floating Ibis hotel with culinary highlights.Good clean cabin –
bunk beds and crisp linen.Alison has taken the top bunk in case we
take on ...