Fru Haugans Hotel
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6.30 wake up, 7.00 bags out the door and 8.00 on the bus. Another long drive today. Our first day where it has been rainy and overcast. It is a pity as there appeared to be some great fiord scenes with clear water and some sandy beaches. The waters are the home of the most northern lobster in the world.
We are driving through clouds or …
Leaving Trondheim early (for us), were on the road for 9AM!! The roads were empty, wide and despite paying some tolls of 80p or £1.60, teh escape back into the country was very easy.
Having settled into a steady 80Km per hour on the E6, teh Km just rolled by interspersed with sightings of the sun (yippee) and Reindeer at the side of the road happily munching on grass as well as seeing Cranes refilling ...
Vega Island Latitude:(-)66 degrees Sunrise: 03:28. Sunset: 23:00 The sun is shining on the mountains. We are anchored in the Vega Archipelago near Vega Island, the largest of the ten inhabited islands of the 6500 islands that make up the archipelago. Upon landing at the north end of Vega Island at the village of Nes, population 1250, we take a hike along the water with a guide/naturalist who points out, ...
... On the way to meet a sled champion and her dogs we drove past the remains of this years ice hotel. It is a full on hotel made of blocks of ice. As it is on private property we couldn't walk around the site but it was fascinating, you could see some walls still rock solid - that would be an experience.
Trinny (the sled champ) told us her story of how she trains her dogs to compete in the Findmark 1,000km race over 6 days. We were all in awe. How this young ...
... made me smile. The other thing we have been seeing here in norway are wheelie bin houses. Lots of houses have small wooden pitched roofed sentry boxes to put their wheelie bins in. They are really ornate with carvings and flowers outside. Obviously ther is not much to do in the winter ..... We also regularly see people skiing down the motorway - but skiing on skis with wheels, training I guess but funny when they are going downhill with ski poles tucked under their arms. Anyway ...