Norway (in a Nutshell)

April 22, 2013

During my European holiday, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to visit the breathtaking country of Norway (also the land of my heritage).  These few pictures are my attempt in giving you a glimpse of just how amazing our visit was. During our stay in the West Coast city of Bergen, we took an all day tour (train-bus-boat-railway-train) of The Naeroyfjord, Norway's longest, narrowest + deepest fjord.  Fjords are long, narrow inlets of sea bordered by steep sides, typically formed from due to glacial activity - as you can probably tell from the pictures, they were truly amazing.  Of course, we were able to carve out some time for city-exploring + shopping.  Our stay was chilly, expensive (apparently Norway is one of the most expensive countries in the world ~ $45 for a pizza and $17 for a draft beer) but absolutely beautiful!  A once in a lifetime experience + worth every penny.  
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