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