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Skip to content Skip to search. Scott, R. Language English. Author Scott, R. Other Authors Russell, Meredith. Stories from Sapphire Cay ; 2. Subjects Gay men -- Fiction. Gay men. He has four days to go until the big day and his plans are smashed when he spots the stage he was setting is destroyed. Doesn't matter that the guy pulling down the old gazebo and digging trenches is hot--he is messing with Edward's OCD and Edward isn't afraid to let the other man know exactly how he feels.

J 0amie Durand is and ex marine and son of the former owners of Sapphire Cay. He is on the island to get his head around his new life after leaving the forces due to injury. When Edward arrives in his space he is bemused at the instant dislike the uptight man is showing towards him. Not an auspicious start. But just you wait when Edward relaxes and Jamie opens up.

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View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links It was cold and refreshing. We turned around to head back to Stavanger past other waterfalls and Pulpit Rock again. On the way back the clouds started coming over. It was a lovely cruise and I think we probably had the best weather of the day.

We ended up stuck in Stavanger for a couple of days because it was too windy for the ship to get off the dock and we missed Flam which we had been really looking forward to - will definitely visit Norway again. Thanks and thank you for reading along! I remember reading your review and that was why I didn't want to pre-book and pay for a cruise in case it poured. We were very lucky with our weather in Stavanger and Flam and in many other places and didn't miss any ports.

When we got back to Stavanger it was bustling with the visitors from four cruise ships. We walked around the waterfront past an outdoor market that was very busy.

We walked to Ovre Holmegate, a very pretty street with brightly coloured buildings and then to the Valberg Tower. Our final destination was Gamle Stavanger an area of cobblestone streets and late 18th and 19th century white wooden houses. The houses and gardens are very pretty and the whole area is lovely. After an afternoon of relaxing we had dinner at the Savoy Dining Room. I had heard that the sail in to Flam was beautiful so I got up at 5. It was overcast but so very peaceful and tranquil as we glided through the fjord.


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The scenery was lovely with many waterfalls, snow capped mountains and small villages. In the last photo you can see Viking Sky on her way to join us in Flam. We were fortunate to be docking whereas Viking Sky had to moor and tender her passengers. As we docked I dashed upstairs for breakfast so that we could leave the ship as soon as possible. When planning this day I had considered a number of options including the train and going to the Stegastein lookout.

However, I like to do something different in each port so decided that if the weather cooperated we would go on a hike to the Brekkefossen waterfall. The weather was cloudy with a few glimmers of sunshine so the hike was on. We popped into the Tourist Information Centre to get a map of the walks in the area and were on our way at 8. You can see the waterfall from the road. At first we were on a good path which then changed to stone stairs and then to a dirt trail. I must admit my knees did not enjoy the stairs and the way up is fairly steep and not for the faint hearted. As we climbed upwards we could hear bells and when we got to the top of the path at 9.

What a great view! We walked over to see the waterfall which was glistening in the sunshine.

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After taking our photos we sat on a large rock in the sunshine and simply enjoyed the serenity and wonder of nature. After about twenty minutes we greeted the next people to arrive and over the next half an hour we watched more and more people make their way along the road and up the path to us. After enjoying our fill of the scenery we made our way back down to the road and it was much easier than the way up. It took us about an hour to walk from the waterfall to the church, with a few stops to chat to people we met along the way.

Flam church was built in and is made of wood.

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We then walked back to Flam through the countryside and there was a brief light shower of rain. It took us about 50 minutes to walk back to Flam where we then visited the small Railway Museum which is free to visit. It shows the history of the building of the Flam railway and roads in the area and has photos and displays.

We passed four very pretty red boathouses and continued to a park where we sat in the sun with a view of the Sapphire Princess.

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We were back on board at 3. Sail away was at 4. The sail out was just as lovely as the sail in. Thank you! We really enjoyed Sapphire Princess. She is a lovely ship and we like her size. Hope you enjoy the rest of the review. We sailed into Hellesylt at 9. We were supposed to leave at We arrived at Geiranger at Geiranger is also a tender port and we had to collect tender tickets by lining up at Crooners from We were able to get tickets on Shuttle one and then had to wait in a public area until our tender number was called.

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The tender left at Holland America's Rotterdam was docked at the floating dock. The sun was out and we went for a walk around the town. There were some cute wooden boathouses on the waterfront. Our driver was Christian and we set off at 2. The bus made it's way up the road out of the town to our first stop at Flydalsjuvet where we had 15 minutes to take in the view. The view was great! Mt Dalsnibba is almost metres high and we were surrounded by snowcapped mountains. The views were amazing! We boarded the bus and went a short way down the mountain and had an extra stop at a frozen lake.

Djupvatnet Lake is at an elevation of 1, metres and was just starting to melt. Eagle Road zigzags up the mountain and our final stop was at the lookout near the top. We were able to see Geiranger from the opposite side to that which we had seen previously and the Seven Sisters Waterfall. This was a highlight of our cruise and we are still amazed at the breathtaking views we saw. There was a long queue for the tender and crew members were serving cold water to those waiting. The queue moved fairly well and after 20 minutes we were on a tender.


Sail away was back the way we had arrived and we went past the Seven Sisters and Suitor waterfalls again. Thank you for your review so far! We are doing a Fjords cruise at the end of August so always good to see some inspiration for the ports. Like you I think we will be waiting to see what the weather is like before making our decision for the day! You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.

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