Another newly discovered place for hang out and eat well menu, thanks to recommendation by our friend, Jess. This café is located at a less visited corner of Bukit Jalil, The Link 2. The Link 2 is a mixed development area, with shops and condominiums. The area is starting to get some crowds with the opening of few cafes; among them would be this worth trying “The Berry Tale Café”. Continue reading The Berry Tale, Bukit Jalil
Day 6 – Board Hurtigruten > Lofoten (Svolvaer Terminal) > Havern Holiday Home (AirBnB)
Day 5 was the start of another exciting journey venturing the Norway shoreline, Norwegian Sea and its majestic fjords via the Hurtigruten cruise. The cruise that we boarded, MS Kong Harald was last refurbished in 2016, with length of 122 meters. This ship also allows carriage of vehicles but not campervans, minivans and trailers. Size of the ship is not considered the huge type, but also with enough corners and sections for us to explore. Mainly would be panorama lounge, sun deck, hot tubs, restaurants and bars.
Day 2 – Bergen > Fish Market > Bryggen Old Wharf (World UNESCO heritage site) > Market Square
We started our second day with early waking and hearty breakfast. Even before we stepped out of the house, it was already drizzling outside, and we knew we were in the right city. There is a reason why it is known as the city of rain in Norway because literally it rains for average of 240 days per year, almost 65% of the time. Because we did our homework, so we were well prepared with the convenient pack rain coat. It is safe to have one with you even if it is during summer.