Category Archives: Norway


      5 Comments on Oslo

We set the alarm for 7am (early for us!) so that we could get a space on the aire at Oslo Marina and then spend the rest of the day in Oslo. The 40 km journey took about three quarters of an hour, with the satnav getting its knickers in… Read more »


      No Comments on Sundvollen

Last night our new neighbours Phil and Steph kindly invited us to watch the football in their van as they could pick up ITV. Unfortunately the England team couldn’t overcome Croatia, but they did themselves proud and hopefully this will be the start of a new era for the international… Read more »


      3 Comments on Bergen

For the past few days we’ve been staying on a lovely campsite just outside Bergen, parked in front of a lake. It’s a beautiful setting. The campsite has a TV room, where we watched England beat Sweden in the World Cup quarter finals. As the campsite is so good we… Read more »


      4 Comments on Flåm

We left Bretung Melkevoll reluctantly, having spent a wonderful three nights there. It’s easily one of the best campsites we’ve stayed at, and the walk up to the glacier will be one of the highlights of our trip. Yesterday we drove 200-odd km to Flåm (the little ° changes the… Read more »


      4 Comments on Trondheim

We completed our 700 km journey south to Trondheim yesterday. From reading other blogs we’d expected the scenery to be quite dull and boring, but it was much better than the scenery driving through northern Finland. There were loads of roadworks going on all along the E6 which did slow… Read more »

From Bleik to Hamnøy

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We left the campsite at Bleik four days ago, but it seems much longer than that. The weather had become wet and very windy, so we didn’t get to see any puffins or white-tailed sea eagles unfortunately. Leaving Bleik we retraced our steps along the same roads back to Sigerfjordveien,… Read more »