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... and then to travel on to the island that had been recommended to us, Kvitsøy. As a consequence of all of this excitement that was in store, we were up and off by 08:30, exiting this lovely place and turning to the north to round the top of Røvær and to have a look at the lighthouse at the end (see photo).
It was pretty much a downwind sail to Utsira, so I set up the genoa to gain the most drive from ...
... about 30 mins. Then drove to the car park at Preikestolen. Had a coffee to strengthen resolve and set off.
Well in no time it was seriously uphill. Could not believe, while gasping for air, that we had travelled 500m of the 3.8 km! And that's the way it ...
... road was only just wider than GP at the best of times.
After many a tunnel, bend, hill and a ferry, we arrived at our camp site near one of the 3 famous rocks in Norway, this one is Preikestolen Rock - AKA the Pulpit.
Many a camper van is here including one which we had to look up and comes in around £130,000!!
The views are spectacular and as we write, the sun is still shining at 22:00 Norwegian time.
After a relaxing sleep in the warm top room of Roly and Joyce's house we had an early breakfast. They were relieved to know that Nev's chest cold had improved. We drove through heavy traffic to the airport and topped up the petrol. Our Vauxhall Corsa had been quite economical with fills of 44, 38 and 21 pounds over the week. At the airport we farewelled Elizabeth half expecting to see her next in Australia for ...
Sunday 8th June
Awoke to another beautiful morning, surrounded by snow- capped mountains - not sure how much more of this we can take! Decided to have our breakfast on the deck, rather than sat on the ground, which was very nice, even though it was just cereal and coffee! Caught up with some of the family on Facetime before heading off to our next destination, however, just as we were about to leave, our camping neighbours had ...