Lavik Fjord Hotell
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... with a bathroom, beds and running water we were pretty surprised with our stunning little cottage overlooking the fjord. Stocked up with some fresh food from town and settled in for 3 days of relaxation and to enjoy the well travelled French bottles of wine in the boot.
Took a little boat out on the second day for some fishing on the fjord, and after a little confusion on not finding the expected anchor, settled in for ...
... I hiked to the other famous viewpoint in town, but this one is reachable by car and bus so certainly not as peaceful.
From there I followed the road about 2/3 of the way back to the ship and stopped off at the large fjord center that looked to be a run of the mill museum. From there there was a metal boardwalk along the side of the town's waterfall all the way back to the ship. I looked in a few shops at then had a late lunch ...
... shrinking. There was a sign indicating where the snout had been in 1800, and it was at LEAST 200 metres back from the snout's position today. And the valley is ENORMOUS. Damn you, global warming, damn you to hell. I'm bored of writing now, I may add more later, but I'm tired and I'd like to sleep haha some pictures are from a little trip to Tysnes we took to stay for a few days on an honest to god Norwegian farm haha. It was ...
On Monday morning my host dad drove me to the train station and I met Bree and her host mom and host sister. We rode the train for four hours. It was my first time on a train like that. It was fun. Even though it was raining, it was beautiful outside. When we got to Myrdal, we got on another train to Flåm. This was a tourist trip. It is known as the most beautiful train trip in the world. It was ...
... so that made this effort so easy, but damn... we got it done!! And DAMN- It HURT in the morning... We boarded the ferry to start our long hike and had our day packs set, unknowning of what was to come ahead. The hike was like trecking through different countries, on different days... The weather changed every hour, from super sunny, to freezing rain... At one point we stopped to hve lunch at a lake, where Kyrre made ...