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Norway and Iceland

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I will be taking a cruise round trip out of Southhampton, England in July visiting the following:

Reykjavik, Iceland 1p - 2p the following day (almost 24 hours)
Akureyri, Iceland 9a - 7p

Klaksvik, Faroe Islands 7am - 4p

Geiranger, Norway 9a - 5p
Flam, Norway 8a - 5p
Stavanger, Norway 9a - 6p
Kristiansand, Norway 9a - 5p

Can you recommend some things to see and do at each of these ports? We are in our mid 60's and fairly active. Also like spots that are off the beaten path and not so touristy getting a locals feel.

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