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... edge of the Harganger Fjord....Just spectacular!Simply amazing, and stunningly beautiful!Many people are surprised when they ask me what is my favourite country that we've travelled through, and I answer Norway.....It really is just never-ending lay stunning to view.But the narrow roads are a real challenge - some the stuff we've seen in Italy is highway by comparison.But fortunately, everyone is used to it and the traffic frequently halts ...
LHR to Bergen Meet Thea & Alf Get to house - it's not ready, roar our landlord drops us off, by motor boat over to ole bull house, back via ferry to shop & wait for our lift/ luckily we don't do what debs suggested & start walking as he comes to collect us by boat Home dinner, catch up & chill - it's ...
... impossible to capture the feeling and sight by a few photos (especially the one’s I took!!). My first observation is how narrow the fjord is. The sides of the mountains are so lofty and those that aren’t a sheer cliff face slope dramatically into the water and descend to the depths below. The grace of the snow capped mountains in the distance contracted with the lush greenery of the fauna strewn walls that towered above us is worthy of painting a thousand ...
... to stop where possible to take pictures of them. The tricky bit is that the country roads here often lack practical things like hard shoulders or side-walks. So we usually stopped in someone's drive-way and wandered on the side of the road or in a ditch to get to the spot we wanted to. (God knows what the people who drove by thought we were doing.)
Most noticable was probably that there are a lot of old wooden sheds scattered around, which looked very ...
... composer Fartein Valen, who is buried there and where a museum dedicated to him also stands. The road then passes close by Tysvær church where there is a statue built of Gleng Peerson, one of the country fathers who organised a large-scale Norwegian emigration to America in the 1800s. Nearby is Kårstø which is the main terminal for the gas pipeline from ...