Sletvold Hotel & Apartments
Travel Blogs from Oppdal
... campsite, Magalaupe Camping, was quite rural, not posh
at all with cabins as well as pitches. We decided to have a look to see how
much they were, so we can sort the car out properly etc. Anyway, they had some
quite large all singing & dancing cabins, but we opted for a Wendy House
(!) which is just one room, with a hand basin (cold water only) and a 2 ring
hotplate & luxury, a fridge, and best of ...
... trees (Norway pine), then they disappeared as we got closer to the Arctic
Circle & were replaced by silver birch (or something very similar)-+. But
from the moment we saw a sign saying the arctic circle was only 2 kilometres
away, all the trees disappeared, and it was just rocks etc, not a tree in
There were a total of 4 teams there at the same time as us,
We left Sweden and arrived in Norway. Today we stay in Støren, that's nearby Trondheim. We stay on a camping, because we couldn't find a camping spot in the wild. We stay here for one night. Along the trip we've seen some beautiful places. The weather is very bad at the moment, there is thunder, lighting and rain, hopefully the weather is better tomorrow. Today we drove ...
... But I still managed to look like a strong masculine 19 year old. I felt like I was going to shortly after but sometimes that's the price you pay when you compete against girls. Later that day I was introduced to some of their family who traveled from a small town around Oslo. Svein Rune and his wife Sissel (Doubtfully the correct spelling) whom were accompanied by there two delightful children that didn't like speaking to strangers. ...
... same. And after my 14hr sleep last night I was able to start my day with the family! At first we went down to the creek beside their house and I spent some time with their 3 year old son Jonas determining what we should throw into the water and watch wash away underneath the ice. That was pretty fun and I got to spend some time with the little fella and he's a really sweet kid.
After we went in for some lunch, I went for a walk ...