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    I try to always have a dry weather and wet weather plan for ports of call. If the weather is good you do outdoor stuff, if it is poor (or too sunny) you look to the museums and aquariums in the area.

    I Norway you have to be prepared for it all to happen in the same day. We went up the funicular on Mt Floyen on a dreary day and got some glimpses of the fabulous view in between the clouds. If it was looking as though it was going to be wet I'd just book an excursion to a waterfall and take wet weather gear in the knowledge it will be more spectacular.

    As they say in Scotland, there is no such thing as bad weather, just wrong clothes.
    Cruising my way through life!

    Sue

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