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  • pakarang
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    What a nice stroll through this northern city / village.... and in such a beautiful weather too!

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  • Seagull
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    Gorgeous views of Honningsvåg in perfect weather, Yves!
    Oh and I especially adore #183.4

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  • yvneac
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    Honni bakes bakeri
    https://www.facebook.com/honnibakes

  • yvneac
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    As a conclusion, the more "dramatic place" of the village, the Church which survived at the atrocities of IIWW.
    IMGP0275 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0276 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0274 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

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  • yvneac
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    A few more

    IMGP0277 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0278 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0271 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

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  • yvneac
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    Some more views of Honningsvag, opposite side from the Harbour.

    Honningsvag beaches:

    IMGP0268 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0279 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    Houses:

    IMGP0269 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0272 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0273 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

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  • yvneac
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    Maybe I bumpted into your brother in law in the street, who knows?
    Anyway the people I spoke with were not really locals. The owner of the bakery where I had the best capuccino and coockies in Nornorge was a French speaker from Guinea and the manager of the gallery just in front the bakery is a compatriot from Le Mans, 100km from my home town! Honningsvag, northest capital of French-speaking world.....

  • yvneac
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    Happy you enjoy it Nari

  • PoloUK
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    Fantastic Yves - soooo pleased you and Françoise had a great time in the village. My brother in law doesn't appear in any of the photos! Only 3 months now and we will be back there on the edge of the world. Thanks so much for sharing the photos.

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  • nari
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    Thank you, yvneac, for the displays of my favourite town in Norway, ever since 1997.

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  • yvneac
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    Stuffs I like:

    IMGP0260 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0263 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0265 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0262 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

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  • yvneac
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    Near the Harbour

    IMGP0256 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0261 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0283 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0280 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

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  • yvneac
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    A promise is a promise Mark. Here are pictures taken during our call at Honningsvag last week (Sunday) when Finnmarken was docked.
    It was a splendid day with fresh snow, deep blue sky and a stunning sun.
    Françoise and I had an unforgettable walk along the white streets of the city and on the banks of the ocean. Really, it was a highlight during this wonderful voyage.


    Arrival

    IMGP0247 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0246 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0253 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0252 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

    IMGP0254 by yneac yneac, sur Flickr

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  • pakarang
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    Nice documentation of that northern city: Honningsvåg is such a cute place.

    The beach - how many days have you been there taking a morning bath, I wonder?

    Watching the ware house brings back find memories from my earlier years - how exciting to see all the stuff on the way to someone, somewhere.... especially, on the old generation Hurtigruten ships, you could spend hours upon hours watching loading and unloading of all sorts of cargo. Truly fascinating stuff!

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  • PoloUK
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    That wouldn't have been good!! I often worry (don't know why - it's not the end of the world, but I do worry) that the tourists having their photo next to Bamse don't understand why he's there. This time though one of the Princess punters said to her husband something along the lines of 'Oh look, there's the sea dog with the connections to Scotland'. I nearly shook her hand. Very special doggy.
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