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What we learned:
-Norways nature is stuning
-Maut system sucks
-Even with maut street the limit is usually 90km/h
-You need time to get around because it is so beautiful and you wanna stop everywhere and because driving limit is around 80km/h
- Yes, norway is expensive.
- There are no isolated lakes or places actually. Huts and houses are ...
... push for Lyngdal, where we knew there was a nice campground to have a rest day. Throughout the trip, I've been following a couple of blogs from cyclists who have previously completed the North Sea cycle route. This always gives us some indication of the terrain to expect ahead and any nice campgrounds they may have stayed at. It's so interesting though, each cyclist's perception of a hard cycling day is determined by so many things-the weather, how many kms you've been covering over ...
Well they don't get much tougher than that....Chaz and I are lying on our beds at the Hotel Utsikten in Kvinsedal, both absolutely shattered. We can barely move. Honestly. Again we started off nice and early. Before we had even cycled a inch, Chaz managed to completely wipe out and nearly broke his bike. Good start. But after that little piece of drama, we came across a much bigger one 15 miles later dead in between the two bigger towns of Egersund and Flekkefjord. ...
... suddenly with no maps. Being true adventurers we decided that we didn't need maps anyhow and used the "as long as the sea is on our right hand side, we'll be fine" policy which worked out amazingly well. We stopped for our first lunch at midday admiring the views of the sea. Just to give an insight into our rigorous diet plan, my meal of choice is honey, peanut butter and banana ...
... out of several fjords, little fishing villages and around little perched lakes. So beautiful, even in drizzling rain, with towering rocky cliffs bordering the roads. We camped at the Bobil Camp at Farsund, beautiful fishing village on a fiord leading to the coast. If "Bobil" means "Motorhome" then we now drive a Bobil, not a Boomer! Or maybe a Bobil Boomer! Chatted to an elderly Norwegian couple who came to spy out the campers, whose grandson is studying in ...