Å to B


We’ve only been in Norway since the early hours of Wednesday morning, but it feels like we’ve been here weeks. This may have something to do with the three-day, 2200 mile drive, stopping only for coffee, toilet breaks and to have a snapped exhaust fixed somewhere just outside Hamburg, Germany. The great thing about travelling in a camper van with an extra driver is that you can alternate driving and sleeping without ever having to stop anywhere for too long.

On Wednesday night we were treated to a show from the Northern Lights, however, I was too tired to even get my camera out… other highlights have been a 6500NOK (£650) speeding fine for my co-driver, John and some cheese that tasted of caramel – neither the fine or the cheese were particularly pleasant.

Today we drove half-way to the town of Å, at the very end of the Lofoten archipelago, but the weather was grim, so we turned-round. On the way back we picked-up three hitchers who’d just spent the night in a hut at a ‘secret surf spot’.

All images made using iPhone 6, Fuji X100T (second image) and VSCO/VSCOcam

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  1. Pingback: Å to B | lakeso
  2. Superb landscapes. One has to love that soft light in the far northern hemisphere, especially where it hit the road going to that mountainous area straight in front of you.


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