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... at Otta for about an hour! I don't know what the issue was, but we did not move. I could have had several ciggies. The delay meant I wasn't getting to Trondheim until 11.30. By the time I got to my hosts place I was beat. I had sent her a text letting her know I was going to be late. She was so lovely and patient even though I barely heard a word, just here's the toilet, heres the bedroom, this is the wifi ...
... music. They sounded like they were having a good time. Which reminds me, the first lake we stopped at, there was a group of three lads driving a camper, taking the same photos as me. Low and behold, they were Australian. We had a few jokes about the Aussie invasion of Europe. We saw them along three or four times along the way. We stopped for a chat at Aurland. Turns out they were from Kyabram. I forgot to get their names though ...
Sorry I haven't had time to blog. I just wanted to get some photos up for you all. This place is so beautiful I just had to share. Harald has been an amazing host, although Tanya and Will have been very corrupted the poor man with Carlton football club hear. I shall have to rectify ...
... The rain just put a damper on any exploration I may have enjoyed during the evening.
Of course it had continued to rain overnight, so it was still damp and overcast during the day. We drove through some very pretty country along the Hardangerfjord, with flowing water and high canyon roads. Picture postcard views were around every corner. Our coffee stop was at Fossatun Waterfall. It was beautiful, as we were able to hike up to ...
... the argument that alcohol never hur - ah, nevermind.
Anyway, it took me a while to get up, but for good reason. After a train through Germany, a flight to Oslo, and then another last minute flight across Norway to Stavanger, the Norwegian oil capital, I was physically exhausted. Exhausted, but my mind was racing. I thought about the country in which I now found myself. Cold, to be sure, but designed so that a wave of home-grown warmth ...