Lofoten Rorbuer

Address: Jektveien 10, A i Lofoten, Moskenesoy, Lofoten Islands, Nordland, North Norway, 8300 , Norway | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on Jektveien 10, A i Lofoten, is near Norwegian Aviation Museum (Norsk Luftfartsmuseum), Bodo Domkirke, and Nordland Museum (Nordlandmuseet).
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    Travel Blogs from A i Lofoten

    Beautiful islands

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 02, 2014

    12 photos

    The Lofotens Islands are stunning - there are 6 islands in all. We missed out on the two most southerly, (Rost and Vaeroy) landing on Moskenesoy, and then drove from there by bridge and tunnel, across Flakstadoy, Vestvagoy and Austvagoy before crossing back to the mainland. The scenery is craggy, snow topped mountains, fjords, sandy beaches and quaint red ...

    Everything Smells Like Fish

    A travel blog entry by kelseyandersen on Oct 05, 2013

    1 comment, 174 photos

    Right. Left. Right. Left. Oh God, I'm so out of shape. Right. Left. Right. Left. I could turn back...

    My mind is my only enemy when I'm hiking, and I enjoy that challenge. I enjoy proving my insecurities wrong and continuing up the slope no matter how much my legs protest. Even when I'm so out of breath to the point where turning back sounds like a very reasonable option, my determination wins the battle and propels me forward. It pushes me to my limits, it ...

    Board Hurtigruten - Day 12

    A travel blog entry by sydandval on Apr 30, 2012

    6 photos

    ... have our lunch of reki (prawn) roll and some fruit and then go up to the top deck to watch the loading of the cargo (Hurtigruten is still primarily a cargo and people ferry, rather than a tourist ship). We depart promptly at 15:00 and work our way out of the harbour. We attend the safety briefing that involves the "cruise director" donning a full thermal suit and lifejacket. We are told that the crossing to the Lofoten islands could be a bit rough as we are exposed to ...

    Not bored in the Fjords!

    A travel blog entry by purdie on Aug 28, 2011

    1 comment, 30 photos

    After a Chinese dinner in Kirkenes and a good night sleep (though it never gets fully dark here above the Arctic Circle), we caught a bus to the Hurtigruten terminal to catch our ship. The MS Lofoten was waiting for us and after a quick boarding process we found our room. The cabins are very small! We had two beds in our room, each smaller than a twin, and 1 sink. We shared a bathroom and a shower with the cabins right around us and thankfully they never seemed to be busy. ...

    The end of E10

    A travel blog entry by lasondra on Jul 12, 2011

    1 comment, 8 photos

    Went to Lofoten for the day via the fast ferry. Without a car and limited bus service, the Lofoten Islands are not an easy place to maneuver. We walked 5 km from Moskenes to (where road E10 ends) on a narrow and curvy road with lots of motorhomes, cars, motorcycles, bicyclists and other walkers. Really not enough room for everyone and not a very relaxing stroll. We took a ...