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... what I expected all the Scandinavian countries to be like- steep mountains, with vivid blue fjords. The snowscape was a bonus. We were told by a guy in Edifjord that the snow we saw something which hadn't happened in 70 years. It should have all melted well & truly by now. This is the coldest summer in 70 years, which vindicates some of our (Mark's) whinging about ...
... tea!) I went out again for an evening sundowner session which was really atmospheric and pretty, watching the sun set over the lighthouse in the distance.
We continued up the coast the next morning, visiting a few quaint towns/villages on the way. It was good to be back on the road again. The Swedish have continued to be amazingly friendly and the country is stereotypically clean and organised. Lovely. They're very fond of flags with even a small house ...
... find something even better. Nothing was better so we went back. A little path off the main road took us behind some trees into an opening of flat ground and there we saw a camp fire spot! We were also by a rushing river. Except for the difficulty in pegging the tent down on the rocky ground, this was pretty much the perfect camp site. It had been raining for most of the ride but had cleared a little and so Sverre, with a lot of help from the metho, set up a camp fire. ...
... like a tourist lemming on the tour, or perhaps in the context of this blog, a better analogy is feeling like a tourist rat following the rest of the pack.
While the first time around resulted in some phenomenal pictures, unfortunately, this time the weather did not cooperate, leaving the first train leg from Bergen to Voss enshrouded in clouds and fog. The bus from Voss to Gudvangen was a bit better, resulting in some nice shots of the seemingly ...
... and my whole adventure could come to an end.
As there was a little restaurant up here I decided to have my lunch up here
and sit outside watching the skiers and take in all the scenery.
Kebab and chips it was and once scoffed I took a walk around the area and
then headed off down the scenic road once again.
One thing I really love about Norway is the safety in leaving everything
such as cameras etc and knowing you will return and all will still be there. ...