The one thing we didn’t get to see so far was culture. We craved some good ol’ culture. And I fully understand why this is lacking a bit, the population density is only 13 per square kilometer. Thirteen! I’m used to a density of over 400. There are way too few people to have any festivals, museums, restaurants or other services.
A day in Bergen would tackle that problem. And indeed it did. Wonderful city, loads of young people, loads of asians, loads of elderly cruisers. Loads of picturesque old buildings, too.
The famous fish market, too, we enjoyed. Its business and the smell. An awful smell, although a sign of freshness. At least it tasted wonderfully.
Finally, too, I got to buy my reindeer fur. I don’t think there is a better souvenir to buy in Norway.