A Little Travel Guide to Norway…
In case you hadn’t noticed my #NorwayHosé insta-spam over the last few days… I’ve been in Norway. We decided to take a hybrid road-trip/ city break a few months back because neither myself or Irish aren’t a fans of lying on a beach. Whilst it wasn’t the cheapest place to visit it was exceptionally beautiful.
We spent the first 5 days in our little camper van which had a bed in the back, a little pull out table and camping stove. Anyone who knows me knows… I’ve never camped and had no intention of ever camping I like home comforts too much. Turns out I’m a pretty happy camper. I made fires, cooked on a tiny stove and even coped with the lack of showers – this was proper, full blown camping. Nordic Campers were so helpful, really friendly and had made sure we had everything we needed for our trip. Most importantly we had internet. Yes people… we had 4G reception the whole time which meant google maps and trip advisor could be used at any given moment. This was ideal as we had ‘planned’ this trip by underplanning.
My Norway related spam isn’t over yet – I’ve got lots of tips to share with you so keep your eyes peeled over the next few weeks!
Preikestolen aka Pulpit rock – a 4 hour hike & spectacular view
One of Bergen’s beautiful little side streets