After all the craziness of school ending and the graduation parties, me and two friends decided to go hiking and camping: in Norway. We packed the whole car with food, drinks, sleepingbags, our tent, some hobo-clothes and lots of fleece. We’d end up eating wasa with either peanutbutter or tuna the whole trip, but that didn’t matter. We where on a budget, and it turned out to be one of the cheapest trips ever (and that in Norway!). So we plugged out, tuned off and hit the road. First stop was 4 hours north from Lund: Fjällbäcka, a cute little sailors town on Sweden’s westcoast
Ominous skies swapped places with rays of sunshine. Coulorful houses, clear water and jellyfish. Camping for free due to Swedish allemansrätten: ‘the freedom to roam’. Nightly thunderstorms and loooots of rain, ergo a first night in a soaking wet tent. An eventful start to our roadtrip.
Next up: couchsurfing in Oslo