Best Western Skei Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I'm 31 today. There, I said it. And I'm not happy about it. It feels very, very old and I haven't achieved quite what I thought I would by the beginning of my fourth decade of life. But here I am, having adventures, doing things on my own terms and actually it's going pretty well - who knew? I think I'll have to try and apply this spirit of Amundsen (not Scott, definitely not Scott - I'm not going to have an adventure that ends up with me losing a race, eating a pony, my best ...
... routes in Norway it is said. Along the route we also did a small excursion by car to the top of Dalsnibba, a 5 km route that brings you to 1400 meters in just a few hairpin bends. From there you have a spectacular view over the mountains. Amazingly enough, compared to previous days, there is a lot of tourism here and there is even from time to time a congestion on the road to let the buses pass that bring all ...
... it wasn't working.
We made it as far as this campground.
Something didn't seem right when we were told that the room didn't have running water and would we need cups etc.
When we arrived the key was in the door so we went into our one room cabin. The heater worked well but there wasn't much else in the room.
The owners were nice people and the reason for no cooking utensils being in the room is they get stolen.
... of loose small stones on them which can make them rather slippery at times.
As I travelled along this dirt road I not only had to watch the slippery surface but there was another unexpected problem and that was the large amount of deer on the road. These wonderful animals were everywhere but hit one of these and it could mean the end of my journey.
Finally after a good adventurous start to my day I arrived into the town of Lom which is situated right under ...
... most spectacular and most photographed bridges in Norway.
The hour journey seemed to pass so quickly and it wasn't long before we pulled into Bjorli Station where we all disembarked, by now the snow was quite heavy as we boarded our coach for the return journey back to Andalsnes.
The road had several bends but we had a good driver with winter tyres so felt quite safe as we meandered our way back through the valley.
We felt as if we were in a black and ...