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... for a detour at Sand we took the ferry across the fjord to get in a more scenic drive. We then booted it North along a stunning drive along the fjord that took us through Odda - which looked like it would have been a stunning place to stay if there'd been any affordable accomodation - and eventually up to a campsite near Eidfjord where we stayed the ...
... a wonderful frozen
fjord. The scenery now was spectacular.
Onwards up this very steep and twisty road. The place is now just about
totally covered in deep snow with frozen lakes and small glaciers etc.
At one point I stopped by a wonderful blue coloured pond. With its lovely
blue ice colour it looked more like a swimming pool than a iced pond.
Just further up I find myself at the top of the glacier where I meet a few
German chaps who were having fun in ...
... used in the build and I suppose that's why it is so deep. The rocks that were used are from the numerous tunnels that pass through the mountains. All the rock that has been drilled/blasted out was used. It was quite impressive. However the added attraction to this part of the trip was to enable us to see one if the many glaciers that cover the mountains all year round. We could see it but the view wasn't great due to the weather, you ...
... was pretty much a wall of rock next to us. There was also a little beach section, with a big lake. We went down to touch the water, which was nice and cool. It was a pretty hot day today as opposed to yesterday's dramatic weather! As we continued the walk, we went past a couple of horses, and another one that was right up by the fence, so we stopped and gave him a bit of a pat, and his friend who joined him too! Very cute! We found a burial mound, which is distinguished by ...
... a few sheep to keep us company, although Whitey warned us that one of them, Boris, likes leaning against the door of the long drop trapping whoever is in there until he's had enough fun. Our dinner consisted of pork chops and sausages grilled over a fire, pasta and salad. Suddenly it felt as though we were sitting in South Africa somewhere having a braai with friends. We even had a few glasses of wine which is a luxury in Norway. More and more of the ...