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Sunday morning we headed on up about 9am to the hike trail. It was a 4 hr return climbing 600m above sea level along an excellently marked trail that must be famous as there were hundreds of other people doing it (and their dogs). The trail varied between gravel, to wooden boardwalks over boglands, to rocky cobbled stairs…to GIGANTIC BLOODY ROCKS THE SIZE OF MY HEAD! I think 70% of this trail was vertical rock stairs made for people 10 feet ...
... for guests only. We could have had lunch there -they weren't to know that we'd made our own!
We then walked back along the road, and had a very steep climb back up to the campsite. I think we missed the right track somehow! Back to camp, and we decided to move our tent into a bit of shade as it was quite hot. Had an afternoon snooze, and then cooked dinner and caught up on the blog and emails etc. Overall a nice day in lovely surrounds!
... way I followed him for mile after mile in this
Finally the signs are saying to move over to the left land and there ahead
the right lane has a big red X above it meaning land closed. However this chap
was not giving up on getting passed all this standing traffic and simply went
along the edge of the closed land passed all the stopped cars and so I simply
Finally after many miles there in one of the tunnels is ...
... red onions, mashed potato finished with a plum beurre blanc. So flavorful and so DELICIOUS. The desert for most was cheese cake but the chef prepared baked apples for those with food sensitivities. We hurried off to the Hardanger Folk museum to enjoy an evening of fiddle music. Wonderfully lively and enjoyed in one of the historical houses which are a part of the open air ...
No windsurfers to watch today as I write, just a lovely Fjord outside of the Norwegian town of Odda. We are resting up post our 22km hike through the surrounding mountains. More on that to come. Each entry I feel we have had an adventure filled week or so. This one is no different. We have moved slowly north on our Scandinavian leg of the journey and well into Norway. Due to lots of excitement, dot points will follow.
Varberg: post our ...