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Norway

Right after Bodø I came to the building and monument marking the artic circle. Here there was a post office where you could get both your passport and your post cards stamped, together with a souvenier shop. On the way I also passed a unique place called “Marmorslottet” meaning the Marble Castle. It was a...
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I am currently traveling around Norway in a campervan to promote KILROY travels, stopping in the following cities: Fredrikstad: 27. august Skien: 28 august Arendal: 28. august Kristiansand: 29. august Stavanger: 3. september Haugesund: 4. september Bergen: 5. september Sogndal: 6. september Volda: 7. september Ålesund: 10. september Kristiansund: 11. september Trondheim: 12. september Bodø:17....
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Klumpen viewpoint in Namsos The Coastal Route (Kystriksveien, N17) from Steinkjer outside of Trondheim to Bodø in the North is said to be one of the most scenic drives in the World. In Brønnøysund you can stop for a hike up to Torghatten- a quite unique tunnel located 250meters above sealevel in a granite mountain...
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When you get to the sign saying Rauma Kommune on the National road 63 then you know you are in for a treat. From there you will have a descent into serpentine roads like nowhere else called Trollstigen. This drive leads you into the municipality of Møre og Romsdalen which is also famous for the...
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Looking in at the Geirangerfjord at night Geiranger is possibly the most famous of the Norwegian fjords. Also because it was the inspiration for the Walt Disney movie Frozen from 2013. To me, Geiranger is not the greatest. It is a small town made up mostly by restaurants, spas and hotels aimed at foreign tourists....
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The drive from Sogndal to Volda was also quite scenic, with the area around Stryn being my favorite. After I had finished my presentation in Volda I went for a 25km drive to a small city called Sæbø, which only has a church and a small shop but where young people have moved as it...
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Driving from the South you will first start seeing the clichee of Norway when you reach the Fjords in the municipality of “Sogn og Fjordane”. A fjord is created much like the deep valleys that I drove though, where glaciers from the ice age eroded the landscape and left huge inlets of water. Once you...
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As soon as we arrived with the ferry in Moskenes we set off towards the village of “Å” in our rental car. It wasn’t more than a fifteen minute drive until we arrived at what was quite a small village, which could be seen in just a few minutes walking around. Driving up through the...
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As me and my colleague Malene had been traveling around Northern Norway, holding travel speeches in Mo i Rana, Bodø, Tromsø and Alta, we decided to use the oportunity to do a bit of exploring. We drove up the road E39 just like all the other tourists anf stopped at Nordkapp, which is known to...
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Exactly two years after crossing Norway on a penny board, the time was ready to cross the country again, this time in an inflatable rubber boat (Article in Norwegian): http://www.adressa.no/nyheter/nordtrondelag/2017/08/13/Disse-kameratene-padler-Norge-p%C3%A5-tvers-i-gummib%C3%A5t-15145908.ece
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There is a travel hack I want to share with you; when buying flights with frequent flyer miles the airlines usually base their prices on country zones, not distance. That means the Easter Islands counts as Chile. Galapagos as Equador and.. Svalbard as Norway! That meant that I could book a flight almost to the...
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Kjeragbolten is a bouder that is wedged between a mountain crevice in the en of Lysefjorden in Forsand Municipality. The trip to Kjeragbolten is easily doable as a day trip from Stavanger either with bus, with boat or by self drive. I decided to go for the latter. READ MORE
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It all started with hosting a Swiss couchsurfer who was longboarding Norway from North to South and had told me about a travel show called “Long decks, Long Treks” where people were traveling long ditstances with just their longboards. I had previously longboarded quite a few kilometers between Uzbekistan to Turkmenistan, and had looked for...
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Picture taken from the official webpage www.topp7.no showing the heights of the seven peaks Every summer thousands of people go on the so called “top 7” race, happening in the mountainous outskirts of Trondheim. READ MORE
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“With its many mountains, Norway has got to be a great place for Downhill biking” I am not sure if the guy I met in Brazil was telling me this or asking me this, but it was true. During this and last summer I have gotten to try out some of the many tracks you...
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Norway is best explored on foot, because what makes Norway so great is its endless wild mountains and the beautiful fjords. I have gotten to do a couple of the most famous hikes and would like to share my experiences: Trolltunga (literally translated “the Tongue of the Troll”): Getting There: Take a bus from Bergen to...
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As I had never been much further north in Norway than Bergen, and since it is possible to travel anywhere in Norway by train for 199 Krones(NSB Minipris), I had to pay a visit to Bodø.  The end of November and the beginning of December is supposed to be the best time for seeing northern...
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As an attempt of lowering my spendings as a student, and to get more flexibility of where I am living, I have now moved into fully living in my car. The car is a big blue Ford Transit, that has got most of the things I need: a fridge, a gas stove, TV, a speaker...
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