Trollstigen (Path of the trolls). The long and winding road.
On a coach tour through Geirangerfjord. I was the luckiest girl alive to get to go on this trip. It was an incredible day with breath taking scenery, stomach churning drops down mountains and smoked salmon and cheese sandwiches.
Geirangerfjord. This needs no words 🙂
After the coach tour, we had the best hot chocolate ever in an adorable café Geiranger Sjokolade. We chatted to the tour guide who was lovely. She moved to Norway with her husband from France and lives on a little island just off mainland Norway.
Being in this unique café, having such relaxed and friendly conversations with people, some I’d just met and some I hadn’t seen for years, gave me a huge feeling of warmth and happiness.
This cafe was opposite where we had the hot chocolate. I love how fresh and coordinated it looks. And with the steep hill with houses on in the background, I felt like it was a true Norwegian sight.
Here is part one of some of the photo’s I took while I was in Norway in the summer. Best trip of my life!
Fishing for the first time for mackerel in a Fjord (below).
Panoramic of Øna island
We stumbled upon this sweet church on Øna island. It was next to a glorious beach where we were brace enough to paddle. Freezing is just one way to describe the water.
One of my favourite views on Øna island. It feels mystical that a lighthouse is at the centre of a small fishing village. At night is must be magical.
There were little plant pots outside the homes of the villagers, which brought this very quiet, serene place, to life.