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... by own horn here: As most of you know I am allergic to exercise and have never, ever, gone on a mountain bike ride. Happy to do a short toodle around on smooth, level bitumen but have a history of falling straight over as soon as my wheels hit a softish bit of sand or a wobbly gravel path. So… like Giddo and his big bike – I leapt straight into the fire with this extreme sport version. Proud to say that I didn’t ...
... still it was the only access road to the town of Undredal so it did have somewhat of a flow of cars. We decided to ride into the little township and take a look. On the way Jess spotted a better potential campsite, but we continued into town first and what a pretty little village it is. It's right on the fjord, there's no more than ten buildings and a little one way loop road around the entire village. Gorgeous. We headed back up the road and found the campsite Jess ...
... even more, when people from all over the World travel to Norway, and gush about scenery that is so similar to ours.
The second thing is the amusement at seeing how many Spanish tourists like to visit Norway in the summer, which I was told six years ago by multiple Spaniards, is because they like to escape the heat of their home country! You can't blame them - if you're from the South of Spain and are accustomed to 40 C temperatures for pretty much ...
... say!! If you want
to ride fast then do it in safety and not at the cost of another person!!!
After a long 25 or so miles along this beautiful coast road I finally reach
the village of Utne where I will catch a ferry back over the waters to
Here at Utne there are two ferry routes and I could actually take either as
the road I want is about the same distance from where both ferries head. I
decided on the ferry to Kinsarvik as the road from ...
Yahoo, the rain has stopped and our hike today will be that much more fun! Today, we will have a local guide in addition to our WT guide. Hans was quite a character. He is from Ulvik although he has many years traveling the world involved in humanitarian works. The terrain we covered today was not as tough as yesterday partly because it was drier. After the hike we enjoyed a traditional lunch of ...