Category Archives: Norway

>The Houses of Spitzbergen (Svalbard Island, Pt 3)

>I loved the houses of Downtown Spitzbergen. Look, they are drying some sort of fish outside, hanging on a line. Note the wetsuits hanging out to dry Some with reindeer antlers.. And some with more..

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>Svalbard Island, pt2

>I just watched Narnia, well, bits and pieces of it. It had something to do with Svalbard, and Ice Bears. They are a real hazard here. We are warned not to venture too far out of town!

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>Downtown Svalbard

>Hi everybody, I’m back. I just didn’t feel like blogging lately. Well I still don’t. There is no explanation for that, really. On the cruise when I stopped blogging, a month or two ago now, we went 80 degrees north … Continue reading

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>Geiranger

>The last cruise took us to 80 degrees north, with some fjords on the way. Here are some highlights of Geiranger, Norway. I’m too busy to write because I am enjoying my time with my Parents who are cruising with … Continue reading

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Viking Graveyards

Carlos, our dark and broody lighting man, is not prone to giggles. But I think he had a nice day when I dragged him away from his lights for a 2 hour walk in Eidfjord, a small town in the … Continue reading

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>Viking Graveyards

>Carlos, our dark and broody lighting man, is not prone to giggles. But I think he had a nice day when I dragged him away from his lights for a 2 hour walk in Eidfjord, a small town in the … Continue reading

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Enough Whale Meat, Already

Bergen is Norway’s second biggest city, and the capital of Fjordland.Despite this, it still retains a quaint, big small-town feel. This scene is popular on postcards, and you will see as soon as you leave the ship. The little houses … Continue reading

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>Enough Whale Meat, Already

>Bergen is Norway’s second biggest city, and the capital of Fjordland.Despite this, it still retains a quaint, big small-town feel. This scene is popular on postcards, and you will see as soon as you leave the ship. The little houses … Continue reading

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>Red Lady – Video

>Just beacuse you can’t get enough of the Red Lady (at least I can’t) here is a video of her, from the train ride in Flam, Norway http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=-5668564158807533426&hl=en

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A Bike Ride in Flam

This is FlamAnd here we are in the middle of it Um, I am guessing the Reindeer shed their skins every year? I know enough now that there are no reindeer in Fjordland. The pink daises threw me a bit.. … Continue reading

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