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September 9, 2012 / samwilson60

Kristiansand to Lysefjord

Meandering slightly inland from our wild camp, we discovered quite early on that we needed a better map – there were clearly far too many exciting looking roads and tracks, not to mention towns and villages, not even mentioned on the 1:1,250,000 Michelin. Despite this slight handicap, we found an awesome beachy spot for elevenses…

…and made the bold call to take a seemingly dead-end road up 27 hairpin bends. To the great relief of Catherine, the full-time navigator until she can get insured on her shonky Swiss licence, there was a boat at the other end ready and waiting to take us on an hour-long cruise back to where we were meant to be!

Having decided we’d had enough excitement for one day and both needed a shower/internet, we found ourselves a beautiful campsite almost all to ourselves within a few kilometres of Pulpit Rock, one of the region’s main attractions.

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