Lavik Fjord Hotell

Address: ved kaia, Lavik, Hoyanger Municipality, Sogn og Fjordane, Western Norway, 6947, Norway | Inn
 
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    A lovely sail

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 10, 2015

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    Today we were starting to head back to Bergen. We could in fact get there in a longish day but we have two and a half to play with, so we wanted to make the most of the time we had remaining. I planned on taking a thirty mile chunk out of the distance to Bergen today, with a route that should hopefully take in some nice scenery and combine it with good sailing, as we were promised a 14 knot wind from the NNW and with sunshine, albeit with frigid temperatures so it ...

    Dramatic scenery, when visible!

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 07, 2015

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    I had really hoped that yesterday's weather would be behind us and that we’d have a better day today. It was with a sense of disappointment then, that I realised that it looked just about the same, low clouds, drizzle and air temperatures that we had in March. Today’s plan was to head to our northernmost point, the small hamlet of Hærland on the island of Atløy, at 61°21’.3N and 4°53’.5E which was some 26 miles to the north of us. As this journey would only take ...

    Damp Day

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 06, 2015

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    ... it showed that there was a sound between one end of the bridge and the mainland, so I deduced that at this point, the road must enter a tunnel that takes traffic under the sound. Phew! I thought and we continued northwards. However, as the distance between us and the bridge became sufficiently small that we could make out details, one detail that was perfectly obvious was that the sound, which was to be our way through, had been filled in and a ...

    As good as 'Norway in a Nutshell'

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 05, 2015

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    ... drinking and smoking weed (we were offered a joint!) since then. The driver of the boat told us that his mother was from Newcastle and that he loved England. In his enthusiasm in telling us he momentarily lost concentration and crashed into Celtic Warrior! Fortunately, no harm was done and when I realised that he wanted to chat, I got a big ball fender out and used that to protect both hulls. He told us that during the war, there was a Flak-ship moored here, ...

    Deserved rest

    A travel blog entry by stapes on Jul 29, 2014

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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 ...