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... br> get it??!) Damn – I’ve forgotten to turn on the ferry avoidance thing! No
problem, I’ll just do that now and let him calculate me a new route. Turns out,
the new route is back up the way I have just been! Its 5pm by this time, and I’ve
been on the road since 10, so I’m pretty beat, and no way I can face going back
up the mountain again.
Luckily there’s a camp site at the bottom of the mountain,
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 ...
... it was one and one only. Due to our wonderful SatNav driving home ended up taking 30km rather than the actual 3km and saw us near collide with a bedbase which had fallen off the back of a truck. I climbed out of the car along with a lady in front to drag it off the highway whilst the owners came running down the hard shoulder to claim it. Use some rope next time buddy as that was a bloody narrow ...
... relaxing on the grass (no real beach) and fishing and paddling in the fjord.
We carried on around the Storhang peninsular and through Godalen. As Scandinavia is on holiday in July it is nice ...
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 ...