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The Coastal Path in Norway – Preikestolen (Over)

Preikestolen, or Pulpit Rock, is a table-top-flat rock buttress with a sheer and vertical drop of 604m (1,982 feet) down to the Lysefjord below.  The walk up there is popular, to say the least, but you must be fit and mobile – … Continue reading

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Norway in a Nutshell – Flam

As the Flåmsbana reached the bottom of the line, the small village and port of Flåm came into view.  Flåm has a population of 350, but as soon as we arrived its population almost rocketed to 354, for I nearly … Continue reading

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The Coastal Path in Norway – The Viking Ship Museum

The Vikingskipshuset, or Viking Ship Museum, lies on the Bygdøy Peninsula to the west of Oslo City Centre. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations – beware the coach tours!  What can be a relatively peaceful museum trip at … Continue reading

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