Travel Blogs from Tau
When we woke the weather was not that good, it was cloudy and it rained a little bit sometimes. To bad we had te pack the tent when it was still wet. The weather got better and better. We took the road to Indre Arna from there we drove to Trengereid and drove to Granvin. Frim ...
... campsite to ourselves, including the snug, modern common room/kitchen. Needless to say we made the most of the ...
... I wish someone would look up the topo and tell me how much I climbed.
A few more kilometers (mostly) downhill got me to the sunny Øygardsstøl. With astounding views of Lysebotn ( the town) and Lysefjorden (the fjord) 500 meters below, it was awesome.
I had a relaxing evening and the guy at the tourist info center even let me plug in my phone and iPad which were both completely ...
We sat in our wildcamping above Tau watching the ferries come and go and the commuters and shoppers return and pick up their cars. Suddenly we noticed the time. It was midnight. The trouble with being in Norway at this time of year is that, because it never gets dark, the normal cues to go to bed don't work - e.g. I can't see anything - it must be time to sleep. The perpetual twilight didn't keep us awake, though. We slept through the car park filling up with a new day's ...
We had a peaceful night in the bus, although the air temperature dropped through the night. No worries, though. The duvet was nice and warm. Strangely, about 0600 the rush hour started, and not just cars. Buses and big artics too. I was not too impressed by the person who gave us a friendly (?) tootle on his horn at 0605. What a jolly jape (not). The weather today was brilliant, with hardly a cloud in the sky. It wasn't too hot though in the morning with 13 degrees being the norm. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed