Our Norwegian roadtrip finally took us to our first fjord, a curly part of the Hardangerfjord, named Eidfjord. I sat down in the warming sunshine and admired the waterfall Vöringsfossen.
Continuing down by the fjord along the most terrifying narrow curvy roads ever seen in northern Europe.
We were finally able to make a stop where the road became broad enough, and discovered we were in a small village named Kinsarvik.
We stretched our legs and walked by a church and decided to step inside.
I’m not a big fan of visiting churches but this was thrilling. Hazardously, we had stepped into a church with 14th century wall paintings.
When the sun was about to set we found or paradise for the night, one of the many “rastplass”, stopovers with picnic tables and bathroom, found along the roads in Norway. We were too tired to put up the tent, but slept in the car and prepared ourselves for next day’s Trolltunga hike…