Address: PO Box 413, Stokmarknes, Hadsel Municipality, Nordland, Northern Norway, N - 8455, Norway | Hotel
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      Day 16 - Lofoten

      A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Aug 09, 2014

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      ... Tent - has made things so much cheaper than finding hostels every night. Also a lot of hostels are fully booked so it's a good back up. Han's super instant porridge - ditto Robinsons "Squash'd" - I found this in a petrol station in hawkhurst. It's a tiny tiny squeezy bottle (same size as hand gel) that makes 20 cups of squash. With sorcery. Duct tape - works for everything, including blisters Portable battery - because my phone has totes been my best ...

      Dried Cod, many museums and a BBQ

      A travel blog entry by traveleasy on Jun 05, 2014

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      ... Kaye decided to go to the loo. Big mistake. The queue formed for the food and by the time Kaye got out she was near the end. I’d finished my lunch by the time she got hers. There was all sorts of fish. Peppered salmon, smoked salmon and cod (done in a horrible milky white sauce) and lots of veges. Very enjoyable, but don’t think I like cod very much. There was a kind of white blancmange for dessert. ...

      A wonderful road of ice

      A travel blog entry by adventurescot on May 24, 2014

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      ... return to the sunshine on exit. Finally I arrived into Svelvaer and went in search of the ferry. it was now 17h25 and the ferry was due into the port any time now. I followed the car ferry signs and stopped on the pie next to the loading ramp. The place was totally empty and i was the only person here and somehow something told me I was not in the correct port. I headed back to town and rode around in search of another car loading ramp etc or even a ferry but it ...

      Day 9: 1 hour on land.

      A travel blog entry by luckydux on Nov 28, 2012

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      ... to window shopping. This is a shame because there are so many beautiful Christmas items on display now. I would love to purchase some, but it's just not possible. A soft reindeer fur would probably be at the top of my list.

      The Coastal Steamer Museum told the history of these Hurtigruten Line ships which ply the fjords and water off of Norway's west coast and are a lifeline for the people living here. It is much easier to take the ...


      A travel blog entry by baileyl on Nov 23, 2012

      ... like glitter at one point. And just moments later it disappeared.

      The excitement on board was palpable. We moved from the front of the boat to the top deck, where the majority of the ship's passengers had gathered - many poised with their tripods and cameras for another sighting. The sky was cloudy in parts, and just a small break in the clouds afforded our ...