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... check tickets, we gave him ours and he stamped one and asked for the other. “Other? That's all the tourist bureau gave us. We explained our situation and he said he’d get back to us. Ooops, worst case scenario we buy another ticket, worser case someone doesn't go (not really), what about the other train and the fjord ride, will we have a problem on each leg of the journey. A little air of concern apparent here. He later returns and writes on our ticket with ...
... lot there, just one shop and a pub, bank, hotel etc. We headed to the neighbouring village called Flåm, where we got on the Flåmsbana train. The is a tourist attraction and also a public train. It travels for 20km and goes up inclines up to 55%. It took about 45 minutes and it's completed elevation is 863m from the start! It gives some great views of the mountains ...
... vehicle to pass as it wasn't wide enough to have 2 cars travelling in opposite directions.
In Borgund, a village we passed on the road, we came across Norway's oldest Stave church. The church was built in 1180 and still stands in original condition. It is built entirely from wood and is on stone foundations, which has saved the wood from rotting.
... we had plenty of time before we had to be at the kayaking place so we didn't get up too early. We'd decided the night before that we'd stay in the same camp site one more night so we didn't have to do any packing which was much less stressful. After some porridge for breakfast, we rode the short distance to Flam, which was on the other side of a tunnel. We parked the bike and met up with the tour people at the edge of the Nærøyfjord. The kayaking was ...
... roads and lots of tunnels. Tunnels that make a 360 degree turn in the mountain, tunnels with sheep in it, small tunnels and long tunnels.
After a spectacular drive we arrived at Flam a small touristic village at the end of the Nærøyfjord one of the fjords that has been selected by UNESCO as world heritage view. We took a small walk, but tomorrow morning we will be on a boat on the fjord to see it all from the ...