6/8/2017, CruiseDay 13, Bergen

Bergen's waterfront on a raining day,
about 10-min walk from our cruise terminal.

School children on an outing. 

Bergen's TI (Tourist Information) with free WIFI.
It was crowded because 3 cruise ships were calling today.
It is located on the 2nd floor of a modern and skinny 2-story building next to the outdoor fish market.

The troll dolls displayed on store shelves.

The tented outdoor fish market.

Many kinds of seafood offered.

Some vendors sell cooked seafood hot off the grill.

Open-face sandwiches.

Combo-plate to go.

Cooked shrimps, langoustine, and lobsters.

The indoor fish market,
located on the ground floor of the TI building.


King Crab legs at NOK 790/kg,
which was about USD $42/pound.
It cost more if you wanted to eat in, at NOK 1299/kg.

Another store listed price at NOK 799/kg.

Cooked lobster to go at NOK 790/kg,
again, that was about USD $42/pound.

A Chinese student studying engineering in Bergen worked part time at one of the stalls.
He was very happy to chat with us in Chinese, asked where we came from etc.

Cold shrimp salad and smoked fish.

Sushi made on the premises.
Eat-in cost more than take-away.
NOK 100 was about USD$12 (at 1 USD = 8.4 NOK exchange rate)

Another stall also had Asian employees who spoke Chinese
to serve Chinese-speaking tourists.

Back on the ship, this is Gina, a sweet and attentive Indonesian waitress at the Lido buffet.