Flam Camping og Vandrarheim
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... cost as motivation) and returned to the toasty interior as soon as I lost feeling in my fingers. I took a brief nap (blaming the gentleman in the dorm who snored enthusiastically and with great volume all night), and awoke to the heart of the Sognefjord. Despite the overcast weather, the views were still amazing. The ferry captain made sure it was an interactive journey, bringing us to the base of ...
June 16th Lovely sunny day for travelling to Flam by train. We head off early and wait for the train. I've packed some goodies and its looking good. We clamber into the train, finally get the right seat and set off through the Norse countryside. Trees and small farms, well kept, tidy and producing fruit and wheat that we could see. The villages are small and pretty and many houses seem to have small guesthouses separate from the main homestead. The houses are wooden ...
... The weather was perfect thankfully and the water very calm except for when some boats go by. It was very relaxing to paddle past mountains and waterfalls and also interesting since the tour guides both had stories about the history of the area. We also got to see the one of the resident seals pop their head out of the water. The three hours seemed to fly by and soon we were back on land. I thanked the tour guides a lot because I had thought that kayaking wasn't going ...
... even more, when people from all over the World travel to Norway, and gush about scenery that is so similar to ours.
The second thing is the amusement at seeing how many Spanish tourists like to visit Norway in the summer, which I was told six years ago by multiple Spaniards, is because they like to escape the heat of their home country! You can't blame them - if you're from the South of Spain and are accustomed to 40 C temperatures for pretty much ...
... time I stop and go for a little walk now in this land I simply leave the
satnav and video camera etc on the bike. At restaurants etc I notice people
simply put their cameras on a table and go to order food or leave their car
doors wide open while they go for a walk into the nearby hills. It really is a
fantastic feeling to know you can trust leaving almost anything anywhere and on
return it will still be there. There are certainly not many country's left in ...