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... long sections of rock climbing that were steep enough to have climbing ropes permanently attached to the walls. I’ve included a video of Gideon (who once again solidified his nick name of ‘Rock-hopper’) who had obviously seen some expert abseilers doing the ‘jump and descend’ technique… only thing is his timing was a bit off. So it was more of a ‘jump on the ...
... our famous river. This time Hilde choose the difficult cross-over, i simply took out the shoes and walked through the water - good refreshment for the feet.
In exactly 7 hours we made the walk.
Tired but happy we did it we returned back to the home to start repacking for the last few days.
From here we leave the Norwegian nature for what it is and go back to the big city Oslo, before we return home by boat and car.
... wooden church).. The one in Lom is one the oldest with the first part dating back to 1066 and is still in good shape but been restored many times. It used to be originally a catholic church but over time became a reformed church. Doesn't matter. It looks very special and unsafe with all the wood.
Then up to the route where we made many stops as usual to have a view over the mountains. The route itself goes to one ...
... on the road where they have made a 'real highway’ that means with a divider is in the middle. You can drive 90 km/h there but… it is typically 1 lane each way, so if there is a slow vehicle in front of you, with the divider you cannot overtake that car, so it is even slower.
But while Hilde driving, the road signs are only indications and we moved much faster than what our GPS predicted.
Picked up Dan from the airport, delighted to see a bottle of Johnnie Walker in his hand from duty free (good thing too as you can't buy anything stronger then 3.5% beer in Scandinavian supermarkets I was surprised to discover).
We headed straight towards Norway's most acclaimed National Park, Jotunheim. Stopped on the way for a lakeside lunch and tried to bring back the terrible Chris Tarrant ...