Troll Mountain

Eitrheimsvegen 79, 5750 , Evje, Aust-Agder, South Coast, 4735, Norway | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Evje

Out of Norway and into Sweden

A travel blog entry by kye


... on a pleasant walk through a park I saw a gentleman who was completely naked. I know the Swedes have a reputation for open sexuality but this still took me by surprise. He stood talking to three girls having a picnic, with his hands on his hips and looking as though he was enjoying the sunshine. He looked a young arty type (although how I came to that conclusion when he was naked I am unsure) and everyone seemed to be acting as though this ...

Wilderness Travel-Day Seven

A travel blog entry by lmccall


... a stop at the grocery to gather some chips and pear cider for our 25 minute boat ride to Utne we waited for the ferry. Funny how the ferry ride goes rather quickly when enjoying a glass of pear cider. We arrived in Utne and walked across the street from the ferry to the Utne Hotel. The hotel has been in continuous service since 1722. Perfect spot for our two night stay. We were on the second floor, facing the fjord, and we had a balcony to boot! ...

Standing on big, big rocks

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold


... backtracking. So basically all of this means that whenever driving in Norway we have to double the time we think the trip will take and then double it again. Luckily, it is amazing. We were not expecting to be driving past waterfall after waterfall by the roadside. Even in the pouring rain (its meant to be summer) it was stunning. We spent the night fjord side before getting to the rock early prior to the arrival of bus loads of tour groups. After the ...

Steinsto farm visit

A travel blog entry by rerowand

... it was time to go on today's tour. We traveled on the bus for about 15 minutes, and then we were at the ferry. We had about 20 minutes before the ferry was to arrive, so the tour group (minus 4 people who decided to stay behind today and do other things) visited one of the oldest stone churches in Kinsarvik. Some sections of the church date back to 1160. We then hopped on board the ferry. It was small and we all rode the 45 minutes on the upper deck getting some sun ...

The day after the thanksgiving that never was...

A travel blog entry by grahamyoung


... hours more, after crossing a dam blocking what was the worlds fifth highest waterfall, and we neared a back country cabin. The trail had deviated and we had lost the markers. There are few or no trees on many Norwegian hikes so it is standard to follow little red dots on rocks or innukshuks as markers. What we didn't know was where our destination was from there. We were pressed for time as we were looking at nearly nine hours to hike and even though we had left the house at ...


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