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... are the order of the day here, in this archipelago in north western Norway. In 2007 National Geographic magazine named these islands as the third most appealing in the world.
This dramatic natural outcrop with stunning views near the large port of Stavanger is visited by 150,000 people each year ad yet in spite of the crowds, it is well worth visiting because the views ...
... that leads our hike carries a gun and there is a gun in every Zodiac. It adds a certain 'frisson' to our adventure.
As we are finishing lunch, Lucho announces a walrus sighting. We watch them playing, but neither Bob nor I is able to get a good picture. You will have to trust me.
It is colder and there is ice in the sea at Damskoya, our afternoon destination. Our options are kayaking, a zodiac cruise and/or a ...
... We got to sleep around midnight, but were then rudely awakened between 2 & 3 am by very loud drum and base music which went on intermittently until 6am!!.
, We found out that May is graduation time for thousands of students at Oslo Uni. and to celebrate they hire big buses ...
... The rain just put a damper on any exploration I may have enjoyed during the evening.
Of course it had continued to rain overnight, so it was still damp and overcast during the day. We drove through some very pretty country along the Hardangerfjord, with flowing water and high canyon roads. Picture postcard views were around every corner. Our coffee stop was at Fossatun Waterfall. It was beautiful, as we were able to hike up to ...
... that Anders Behring Breivik shattered on that summer day. The 32 year old Norwegian allegedly spent 9 years planning his domestic terror attack. He was of above average intelligence, seemed to fit into society, had normal friends and had absolutely convinced himself that the Norwegian labor political party was to blame for the influx of [Islamic] immigrants that he saw as unraveling, thread by ethnic thread, the yarn of Norwegian society. He saw this ...