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... Lib was feeling a bit under the weather, amazingly the first time any of us have been poorly, not even a cold (I guess that's because we don't interact with many people!) It didn't last long though and she was fighting fit again a couple of days later.
Hunnebostrand was a lovely little coastal village with classic Swedish wooden houses, rocky skerries and lots of water around. It must be packed in the summer season but was really quiet for us. We ...
... would fly next to the ferry, sometimes close enough that you could actually touch them. We soon figured out these birds have become accustomed to being fed by hordes of tourists on ferries. The birds were like fighter planes, diving and soaring to catch pieces of bread thrown at them. In fact, I saw at least one mid air collision (birds were fine). One guy was trying to feed the birds potato chips, which actually worked. ...
... 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 ...
... just make my way to the front and
soon find out they are working on the tunnel up ahead.
After 15 minutes or so of waiting we get the go ahead and off I go through
this rather long tunnel.
Not long after coming out the tunnel I see a hotel and cabins on the right
and so I decide to chance my luck at getting a room and sure enough I did.
Not quite what I wanted as the log cabin is no more than as it says a log
cabin with shared bathrooms etc but ...
... 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 ...