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... wherever we looked there were no good stones that would bring you from one side to the other, whatever we tried. Ultimately we made, although I had stepped into the water, luckily the shoes and socks were relatively waterproof and so we made it without too many issues.
On we went through a very flat landscape only accompanied by some sheep that belong to a farm somewhere far in the forrest.
Then we had a steep ascent to turn ...
We did about half of the route, because otherwise we would have ended up on the other side of Norway where we started our holiday (close to Olden) and stopped on the way back near a Hytte called Sognefellethytte and walked into the land towards the glacier. We were only stopped by a river which if we had been daredevils, we could have crossed jumping from stone to stone, but didn't do so. But we were very close to ...
... here on the road Mainly old Chevy’s driving along. Don’t understand how they can afford it driving a car like that, which consumes petrol in huge quantities at prices that are very high here in Norway (normal petrol is close to 2 Euro/liter).
Anyway, the drive was long and sometimes difficult to stay awake, but with the 2 drivers, we made it to our new home for the next 3 nights. We are lodging in the home ...
... off on her motorcycle somewhere. We had a fine supper of mashed potatoes, vegetables, pork, klub soup, lefse and flatbrød- fo.llowed by a double dessert, homemade ice cream with strawberries and a marshmallow cake. We conversed in broken Norwegian and English. It was a bit of work at times but fun. Around dessert time Oddrun's niece, Celia showed up. Celia is veryfluent in English and faciliiated the conversation wonderfully. After ...
... a vintage car rally on, and it seemed that they were all gathering in Lom ready for the rally, so the campsite was quite interesting with a whole swag of vintage cars, bikes and trucks scattered throughout the camping ground.
Met a couple of friendly gay Australian men whilst we were cooking dinner, and ended up spending an hour or so chatting with them, and sharing their wine, which they happily offered to us since we hadn't been able to ...
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Ola Dahlsgate 7, Otta | 3 star hotelfrom $214