P.O Box 87 , Farsund, Vest-Agder, South Coast, 4550, Norway | Hotel
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Day 14

A travel blog entry by yviphotonl on Jun 20, 2014

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Today when we woke up the sun was shining, there was a little bit wind, but the temperture was very nice. We left Fister and took the road to Jørpeland and from there we took the road to Sandness. Before Sandness we had to took the ferry from Forsand to Lauvviken. From Sandness we drove along the shore to Egersund, from there we drove further to Flekkefjord. From Flekkefjord we drove to Mandal and there we staying for the night. Today we drove ...

Tea Towels

A travel blog entry by ahrussell on Jun 13, 2014

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This blog comes a little late due to the lack of access to the internet so to any avid readers of this blog (not sure there are any) then I'm sorry for the delay. Our third day of cycling essentially picked up from where we left it on Day 2. Hills and plenty of them; we must have climbed nearly 3000m. But with big hills come tremendous views such that the climbs were all worth it. Well nearly. The day, though tiring, continued to go well until ...


A travel blog entry by ahrussell on Jun 12, 2014

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... 100kg and carrying panniers full of rubbish isn't good for the bike apparently and the bike rewarded me with a broken spoke. There we were broken bike stuck in the middle of nowhere. Again luck was on our side and the consistent Norwegian generosity (which seems to be a major theme of this trip) saved is again. A nice man called Goodman answered our hitch hiking prays and drove me all the way to Egersund to the bike shop and back. Goodman, if somehow you are reading ...

Denmark to Norway and lots of fiords.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on May 21, 2014

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... out of several fjords, little fishing villages and around little perched lakes. So beautiful, even in drizzling rain, with towering rocky cliffs bordering the roads. We camped at the Bobil Camp at Farsund, beautiful fishing village on a fiord leading to the coast. If "Bobil" means "Motorhome" then we now drive a Bobil, not a Boomer! Or maybe a Bobil Boomer! Chatted to an elderly Norwegian couple who came to spy out the campers, whose grandson is studying in ...

Camping at the beach in south Norway

A travel blog entry by mrs.ray on Jul 31, 2013

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Hiking to the beach, was fun and easy. And bringing kids on this one night camping adventure was a blast.
I can recommend this trip for families as well as a trip alone to enjoy the peace. We had the beach all to our self, and there is several small beach along the hiking route.
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Camping on the beach
Farsund, Norway