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... along the road 7 and along the banks of this
Over on the far side of the lake are some mighty high mountains and better
still a glacier to which I was just hoping this road would pass over.
With it being 6pm now I thought its time to find somewhere for the night
and after stopping at some hotels and getting offered a single little room for
about £110 I simply plod on.
I then decided I would go for a log cabin at half the ...
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 ...
I must be loosing it, for some god knows reason I agreed to Bens idea of a 10hr hike. Up extra early, fed and ready to start the massive treak ahead of us by 7.30am. The first kilometre was a killer, a steep rockface that beat the air out of our lungs. While the second kilometre was along a ridge with unavoidable thick deep mud. By the third and continuing the treak became much more enjoyable and the scenery was absolutely breathtaking. The mountain range surrounding us was picture ...
... glacier covered us in goose pimples instantly so after getting some good photos, we found a warmer spot a bit further down to have lunch refuelling for our decent back to skippy. Before leaving town we were thinking of going to the supermarket, but no of course it's Sunday no one works in Europe so it's a tin of baked beans for dinner. Headed to Skjeggedal where a big walk starts that we are going to try tomorrow, if the weather's ...
... back on the bus before we docked. We then travelled another 45 minutes to the Steinsto fruit farm. When we arrived, another group was still there, they had been running late, so we had to delay few about ten minutes. The brother-in-law (who was an ex-cop) of the owner talked about the farm until they were ready to serve us. Once inside and seated, we were served a piece of apple cake and apple juice. The sister (wife of the ex-cop) runs the restaurant and she talked with us ...