We started the day by descending the Troll Road, and taking a quick stroll around the valley below.
Then we headed up to Molde and then to the “Atlantic Highway” – a road which hops from Island to Island along the Atlantic Coast. Once again we were exposed to a different set of landscapes, and some high-class visitor facilities, with elevated walkways and well designed picnic areas. We manged to squeeze in a couple of walks before the real rain started, but then it rained most of the day.
When we left the UK we hadn’t planned to come this far north, but after a recommendation we decided we would. It was worth the effort, and we have made more rapid progress than expected on our journey north so we have decided to go a bit further and visit Trondheim so Susan can visit the Cathedral and I can try out the bicycle lift. Tonight we have stopped in a parking area next to the Halsa-Kanestraum ferry, overlooking the water. After an afternoon sat in the van the rain has now stopped and we can see the water and the mountains behind. Norway is still looking good!