BEST WESTERN Kinsarvik Fjord Hotel
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... at the moment. Just after ten, a couple of coaches arrived and we were pleased we'd made the effort to get there early. We saw the little old lady sitting outside her house and wondered about the weird mix of solitude and crowds that her life must be. We went for a walk in the countryside around Einfjord with quite a few Brits around having come off the cruise ship that was berthed. We found a lovely beach for some splashing and then headed off south down the Fjord.
... through farms and forests etc. There was
loads of waterfalls and rivers also.
Finally I am stopped by a coin operated barrier across the road and there
are instructions about going up this road and that it is rather narrow and
I pay my 80K (£8) and the barrier lifts and on I go. Sure enough this road
is a bit rough and is simply laid right on top of what it simply went over.
It is extremely steep and is gaining altitude at an alarming ...
... br> and then in behind the water so one could kind of stand in a cave behind the
Onwards I head into the town and soon see a little Italian take away
restaurant and after ordering a large burger and chips its down to the edge of
the lake to sit in the boiling sun and eat my dinner.
It really was boiling now and according to my temp gauge it was 24 Celsius.
what a change from just a few days ago in Finland.
Burger eaten I ...
... the Lysefjord with sheer cliffs throughout. We were able to squeeze in Langfoss waterfall that afternoon. Saving the $8 toll we walked the kilometre before the cameras to the 612m waterfall that spills into the fjord below, mixing fresh water with saltwater. This is the fifth largest waterfall in Norway and we were pretty impressed.
Odda: After Preikstolen we had the bug to do more walks in this amazing country. Trolltunga, or ...
... So we jumped in the back of their van with their little maybe one year old (who was very adept at high fives and knuckles!) and they gave us a lift back to where we had begun our walk. We thanked them and jumped out there, and headed in the opposite direction than last time! And then we weren't sure again! The walking path was blocked off by temporary fencing... So we decided we'd go around it anyway and headed up the path. We made our way up the hill along the cliff ...