An other wonderful day was awaiting us and it was the hottest so far. After enjoying our cup of morning coffee together with a stunning Fjell view, we’ve packed the bus and launched our next lap.
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Down the Fjell the first city is Vik. At Vik we’ve visited norway’s oldest Stavkirke, which was build 1130. It’s one out of still 30 existing Stave Church, which are built in the same style. It’s really an impressive building and a master piece of wooden handcraft.

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After taken the ferry from Vangsnes to Dragsvik and kept following the 13 up to Moskog, where we’ve taken the E39/5 to Skie and further till Byrkjelo, where we’ve shifted to the 60 to Olden, Stryn, to take the 15 and 63 to Geiranger Fjord.

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At Geiranger we’ve arrived quite late. Julian wanted to stay on a camp-site to recharge his cell phone and use the opportunity of free wifi to get in touch with his friends.
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