Travelog

FROM The man in the front seat / September 9, 2017

Nordkapp (North Cape)

General Located in Norway, has a residential population of only 3200 people. However, each year more than 200,000 people visit, normally over the 3 months of summer with the hope journeying to the northern most point in Europe. The final destination, for many of these visitors, is a 307m (1007ft) cliff, from which come to see the Midnight Sun. History Nordkapp, popularity started in 1553, when the British explorer, Richard Chancellor, rounded the cape attempting to find a sea route to the Northeast Passage, a shipping route to the Pacific […]

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FROM The man in the front seat / July 6, 2017

Geiranger Fjord & its Waterfalls

Located in the Norwegian county of Møre og Romsdal, the fjord home to some of the most spectacular scenery on the west coast of Norway. The fjord is surrounded by some of the steepest mountains on the west coast which is made even more spectacular by the narrow shoreline. The fjord is actually a 15km (9.3mi) branch of the Sunnylvsfjorden which, itself is a branch of the Storfjorden (Great Fjord). The small village of Geiranger, which gives the fjord its name, is located at the end of fjord, where the […]

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