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A fairly early start this morning and a visit to what has been described as one of the saddest places in Northern Norway. This part of the E6 is descibed as Blood Road High up in a clearing in a pine forest there are two ...
... the ice in search of grip, we made it. Stopped and reversed into the pump site. Norwegian instructions proved less than helpful, or was that my understanding, anyway, after putting the card in 3 times and saying please take 400NOK and give me some gas, there was no sale, and the whole thing shut down. Brilliant, I had a guts full of this, we’re leaving. Not without chains we’re not. Out they come, things are a little tense with instructions ...
... bears, no wolves, second coffee for free, infrastructure is good, a lot of americans work here, a lot of bikers like me, there is no end in the absolute beauty, nowhere, nowhere dirt or forgotten plastic junk everything is 100% clean, the water is brrr cold, toilet is free unlike holland they only have a few big roads e39, e6, e10, a lot of cyclists strugling their way up a mountain...
... krag polarny, a ja, jak na nieszczescie, nie mialem przy sobie szampana - ci zatem, co maja, niech uczcza to za mnie. :)
Okolo 21szej zostalem wysadzony w Fauske, zwachalem szybciutko kawiarenke z internetem i rozkoszuje sie ostatnimi chwilami ciepla, bo temperatura na zewnatrz leci na leb, na szyje!
Ale jednak wciaz bylo cieplej niz w poblizu Trondheim - cieple prady morskie zrobily swoja robote i wyspalem sie pierwszorzednie, gesi rzadza!
... so when the road signs proclaimed that Oslo was getting nearer my excitment levels increased with every passing kilometer, another dream to be realised on the road to Australia. I stayed in the Anker hostel in Storgata for Nrk200 per night, certainly one of the most expensive hostels so far but it was something i was prepared for since i was aware that Norway was going to be the most expensive country on the trip. It was easy enough to find from the bus station, just one straight ...