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  • Feb25

    Trip to Bodo

    February 25, 2020 in Norway ⋅ ☁️ -8 °C

    Today we entered the polar circle, the destination was Bodo in Norway, where we will take the night ferry to the lofoten. A wonderful trip, blue skies and icy roads. Especially when we approached the Norwegian border, what a huge mountains. Dirk & Peter thanks for monitoring us from Germany much appreciated but we took a more safer route to Bodo.Read more

    Brenda Folmer

    Wauw wat mooi daar hè!!

    2/25/20Reply

    Mooie

    2/25/20Reply
    Dirk Lorentzen

    Glad to hear that everything is fine! Looking at the photos, I am sure you enjoy every single minute of this great experience. Roll on!!

    2/26/20Reply
     
  • Feb26

    Arriving at the Lofoten

    February 26, 2020 in Norway ⋅ 🌧 3 °C

    After a challenging seatrip where a number of people needed puke bags (heavy sea) we arrived early this morning at the lofoten. I travelled a lot but never saw such a massive island. Thousand words are not enough to give a proper descriptionRead more

    Brenda Folmer

    Geluid van de motor maakt het compleet 😊

    2/26/20Reply
    Peter Hinz

    Great pictures from an impressive

    2/26/20Reply
    Peter Hinz

    Great pictures from an impressive landscape !

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  • Feb26

    Landed in Narvik

    February 26, 2020 in Norway ⋅ 🌧 2 °C

    Today we experienced the Lofoten area, for me one thing is sure ‘I certainly will return’ one day is just to short to experience this beautiful area. My GoPro camera made overtime today. The road conditions were difficult mainly icy roads but all the credits to Rob for the excellent driving. Tomorrow we are going further North again.Read more

    Brenda Folmer

    Dan volgend jaar weer Thijs en dan ga ik wel mee :) Alleen dan zonder tijdsdruk!

    2/26/20Reply
    BENIMAR

    Komt goed Brenda, en we gaan zeer zeker nog een aantal modificaties aan de truck doorvoeren

    2/26/20Reply
    Peter Folmer

    Dat ziet er goed uit!

    2/26/20Reply
    BENIMAR

    Dag Peter, het was fantastisch, onbeschrijfelijk mooi.

    2/26/20Reply
    Tim de Groot

    Wat voor modificaties volgens mij zijn jullie zeer goed voorbereid. Mooie foto's trouwens. Goeie reis verder en veel plezier

    2/27/20Reply
     
  • Feb27

    From Narvik to Alta

    February 27, 2020 in Norway ⋅ ☁️ 0 °C

    Today we drove from Narvik to Alta. The team challenge for today was changing copilot with another team, the best way to add new friends. I changed with team 36 , Irina, Chris and Lea who are driving an Unimog. Great ride, I love the dog Lea and enjoyed the conversation with Chris. Again a wonderful ride, with at the end of the day a visible aurora. Again a tick in the box of my bucket list. (Attached the best Aurora pictures made by the other team members)Read more

    Brenda Folmer

    Ooohh waarom ben ik niet mee!!!!

    2/28/20Reply

    Sehr schön 👍

    2/28/20Reply

    Klasse, herrlich!

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  • Feb28

    From Alta to Honningsvag

    February 28, 2020 in Norway ⋅ ☀️ -11 °C

    Today we left Alta and headed North to Honningsvag. Every day I say to myself this is the most beautiful I have ever seen and then there is the next day with even more beautiful views. Today we passed ‘nowhere’ land with fantastic polar views and we enjoyed the almost 7 km Nordcape tunnel. Seeing this al absolutely increasing my respect for our planet. Tomorrow we will reach the Nordcape and after that we going east to Russia before we are starting our decent south.Read more

    Peter Folmer

    Morgen het hoogte punt, prachtig land!!

    2/28/20Reply
    Dirk Lorentzen

    Great - just great!!!

    2/28/20Reply
    Ac Eeken

    Lange tunnel 😀

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  • Feb29

    To the Nordcape

    February 29, 2020 in Norway ⋅ ⛅ -4 °C

    We left Honningsvag this morning for the final part North. Yesterday evening again an even better view on the amazing polar-lights. We arrived this morning at 08:00 @ the assembly point were we all come together. From here we are going in convoy mode to the Northcape following the snowplough. On the top we did the necessary photo shoots and celebrated with champagne our victory. We did it !!Read more

    Peter Folmer

    Een bijzondere datum 29 febr 2020 schrikkeljaar

    2/29/20Reply
    Paul Wakelkamp

    G e w e l d i g !!!! Breathtaking

    2/29/20Reply
    Paul Wakelkamp

    Ongelofelijk mooi verschijnsel.

    2/29/20Reply
     
  • Feb29

    Driving to Inari Finland

    February 29, 2020 in Norway ⋅ ☁️ -3 °C

    Today we left the North-cape and drove to Inari in Finland where we are staying the night. Due to the low temperatures our engine will continuing this night on idle. Tomorrow we will continue our journey to Russia.Read more

    Petra Lissy

    Great picture!

    2/29/20Reply
    Ac Eeken

    Is de stand kachel niet aan het koelsysteem.van de auto aangesloten voor verwarming van de olie?

    3/1/20Reply
    Ac Eeken

    Of carterpan verwarming via het agregaat?

    3/1/20Reply
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  • Day19

    Bergen

    July 18 in Norway ⋅ ☁️ 14 °C

    Upsii, mer sind wieder chli hinde driih mit Blog schriebe. Das us em Grund will mer die letschte 24h ohni Empfang gsi sind und will s Wätter wieder gwächslet hät.
    Ez aber zum wichtige…

    Bergen, die zweit gröschti Stadt in Norwege und die Rägerichschti Stadt in Europa mit ganze 248 Rägetäg!! Jippiii. Aber irgendwie hemmer bis jetzt doch meischtens Wätterglück gha.

    Mir hends eus ufeme hammer „Klippecamping“ gmüetllich gmacht. Natürlich het de Michi die steil Chiisstrass bis ganz abe müese fahre, ufe chömed mer den ja scho irgendwie hät er dänkt 😉 trotzdem hemmer de Karl für de Städtetrip lieber ufem Camping stah lah und sind mit de ÖV id City gfahre. In Bergen ah cho hämmer eus en E-Scooter gönnt🤪 s erscht mal gsi für d Ines und es het scho rächt Spass gmacht. Es isch au fasch scho chli s Highlight gsi vo Bergen. Logisch d Bryggen (UNESCO Weltkulturerb) und vorallem d Gässli wo sich de hinder verschtecked händ sind mega kuul gsi, das wärs denn aber au scho. Ich glaub mer sind langsam eifach gsättigt vo de Grosstädt. Drum hemmers denn defür umso meh wieder uf em Camping gnosse bi Cervalat (oder so) und Schoggibanane und händ de anderne bi ihrem verzwieflete stundelange Fische zuehgluegt. Mer hoffed sie sind nöd verhungered.
    Ah und d in Norwege zältet und Fisched sogar die norwegische Jugos.

    (Fotis:Stellplatz vo unde, Stellplatz vo obe 🤪, Bryggen, Bryggen Bryggen und nomal Stellplatz und füürlä 😜)

    Memo a ois:
    - en 4x4 zha isch doch vo Vorteil (vorallem wenn d nöd 4x4 Autos d schotterstrass kaputt mached)
    - für d Rezeption musch bi de Bsitzer dehei lüte ( bim letschte Stellplatz hemmer das noni tschegged und drum nöd zahlt🙈)
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    Chris Müller

    feine Wii👍😉

    Pföschtäontour

    Jaaa, leider simmer jetzt usgschosse 🥺

    Chris Müller

    schoes Plätzli

    Phönix01

    traumhaft

     
  • Day50

    One great full day in Oslo

    October 18, 2019 in Norway ⋅ ⛅ 6 °C

    Today was much better. The jiggling feeling after the train ride was gone and after a night’s sleep I found I could face a new city. We had spied a good breakfast place yesterday and had coffee and a yum pastry, then set off to achieve all the things we had planned. We took umbrellas as an insurance against rain, and were happy we did as when we set off it had obviously been raining during the night - wet pavements and puddles everywhere, but again we were lucky as it didn’t rain at all today - just grey skies, and even a break of blue by late afternoon.

    First of all we walked to the sculpture garden - a big attraction here, beautiful gardens, specially now with their autumn glory, and with many sculptures by a famous person whose name I can’t remember, who must have spent his whole life making so many works, or had a workshop of helpers...figures of men, women children in all forms and contortions, in granite...there is a lot of stone here! Anyway, that was fun. Many school children and tourist groups there too.

    Then we walked back and found the Nobel Peace museum which was good, and then on to the Resistance museum, which we found was within the fortress and castle complex which was interesting in itself. The Resistance museum we really enjoyed - not the right word really, but was interesting especially as it filled in what we had learned about during talks and visiting towns during the cruise up the coast where the towns felt the main brunt of the nazi occupation.

    After that we had a break and sandwich and then found that we were too late for the Viking museum -it was 3.40 and it closed at 4 in October, so we went on to look at the opera house again while the weather was good and before it started to get dark. It is such an amazing building, and I have tried to take photos, but it is difficult to capture. We then returned to the hotel - Amr had a short outing to look at some shops - but a little down time till we set off for dinner.

    We had planned to go to a Spanish place that had a sister restaurant we had noticed in Bergen, but when we went there - along a string of restaurants, rather like Barangaroo, alongside the harbour, with ferries, it was too busy, so we gave in and went to Olivia again...I just had salad, and we had a glass of wine. Didn’t feel like much after late lunch. So now back and ready to pack up and fly to Copenhagen tomorrow. Amr’s Apple Watch says that we walked 22 kms today, so that is good!

    I am bracing for another unknown city to explore, but everyone says how good Copenhagen is, so hope it won’t be too daunting! We have already found out where to go on the metro from the airport to get to our hotel so that is a good start! We spend 3 nights there, then start the journey home on Tuesday.
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    Carolyn Anderson

    Vigeland is the sculptor I think

    10/18/19Reply
    Peter Walmsley

    I’m sorry you missed the Viking Museum but at least you will never forget the sculptures by whatshisname.

    10/18/19Reply
    Olivia Sertori

    Wow that is so pretty!

    10/18/19Reply
     
  • Feb26

    Challenge of the day

    February 26, 2020 in Norway ⋅ ☁️ 3 °C

    The challenge for today is to make picture with a least 10 Asian people, due to safety reasons we found 9 other foreigners who wanted to make a team picture with us. Just kidding, amazing how easy it is to make new friendsRead more

    Dirk Lorentzen

    So, I guess it is time to take an open can of Surströmming along in the cab for 200 km. Or is this task not a part of the challenge this time???

    2/26/20Reply
     

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