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... to Aurland for the last 20 kms.
This road had several tunnels between 2.5 and 4 kms long where the engineers had decided just to blast their way through the mountains. The tunnels weren't lined, like the Homer Tunnel and had no lights, so obviously car lights were necessary and in the confined space the road seemed narrower with on coming traffic.
On the descent to Aurland there were a series of switchbacks, some of which were inside the tunnels - not really sharp ...
... one natural heritage site in 2006. The fjord is very narrow and remote and yes, even dramatic! Even though the pictures don't do it justice, I will let them speak for themselves. We arrived back in Flåm with an hour to spare before our ship sailed away at 2:00pm. We walked through a couple shops, but we still haven't bought anything on our trip so ...
... too. Ida is from Oslo and interning for the summer. Fortunately we don't have to build our kayaks but I'm sure Roger and Erica would b on it. We get our instructions, practice on land and off we go. Double kayak so takes a few paddles to get in sync. We paddle down the fjord and motor up to the a beach a ways out. Hike up to Vking burial grounds and, you guessed it, a waterfall. Hike back down to the beach, saddle up and paddle back to Flam. Pass ...
... with their wooden churches and stopped for a quick photo shoot of the raging waterfall. Norway has been experiencing an exceptionally wet summer. Pair this with the colder than usual summer the snow is late melting. Hence the great waterfalls. At the wharf we determined that we have a small wait, of course, can't let the tourist get straight on the boat, they need 20 minutes to spend money on souvenirs! Actually nearly that time in the ladies toilet queue. We kind of race ...
... way,we proceeded slowly in, so could see it all so well.
This was the place our Captain continually said ,we need a fine day for Flam.We had that...Our trip,[This was a tender Port] ,at 8am ,was the Flam Railway,so we boarded a very well cared for train,been operating for many years,[it is a public train as well], in a series of tunnels nothing short of unbelievable ,constructed by pick shovel, man power,[Laplanders ]and ...