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Not a lot to say today but I did want to share the church Harald took me to. In Hol, this wooden church was built in the 1200's, well parts of it was. I imagine they may have ahd to replace a few panels over the years. One side of this church was the beautiful red brown timber like many of the buildings up here. The other side is almost black because it never sees the sunlight, it is completely in the shadow of the ...
... music. They sounded like they were having a good time. Which reminds me, the first lake we stopped at, there was a group of three lads driving a camper, taking the same photos as me. Low and behold, they were Australian. We had a few jokes about the Aussie invasion of Europe. We saw them along three or four times along the way. We stopped for a chat at Aurland. Turns out they were from Kyabram. I forgot to get their names though ...
Sorry I haven't had time to blog. I just wanted to get some photos up for you all. This place is so beautiful I just had to share. Harald has been an amazing host, although Tanya and Will have been very corrupted the poor man with Carlton football club hear. I shall have to rectify ...
... stories of King Arthur and Camelot. I would not have been surprised to see the lady of the lake rising up out of the water with excalibur in her hand. I made it to Al, barely. I thought they announced the next station was Al (pronounced Orl) gathered my bags and jumped off the train. I looked around and saw the station was Gol. I thought maybe they were the same place, just my bad interpretation of the local language, but I checked with some folk standing on ...
... it was after eleven, but we were in no rush. The ride through Norway was beautiful, with lovely lakes and rivers running next to the road. It wasn't long before it was lunch time, so I found a side road to follow and we ate salami and tomato wraps on the bank of a small river. While we were eating lunch, a Dutch lady walking her small black cocker spaniel walked past, and the dog thought that we required some barking at. It ran up to us yapping its head off, but was ...