Norway’s mountains are quite impressive. I visited the Lofoten Islands to see exactly that – and I was not disappointed. Combined with beautiful sunsets and vibrant colors, everywhere I looked was simply stunning. Look at this image for a moment and take it all in!
These fishing huts are everywhere on the Lofoten Islands in Norway – supposedly they are traditional, though, of course, they gained an upgrade for tourists. In Svolvaer, one of the north-most cities on the Lofoten, you can jump on a speed boat to see the eagles – which is another story, but this is one of the pictures I took on the speed boat! Granted, this particular row or Rorbuers looks a bit static, but trust me when I say others have way more character.
The Lofoten Islands in Norway have loads of beaches – this is ‘just one of them’. The problem is that one looks better than the other! As I took the picture, I loved the clouds – but about 10 seconds later we had to hightail it back to the car to escape the hardcore shower! Worth it though!
The Lofoten Islands in Norway are something else. It doesn’t matter where you turn, it doesn’t matter where you go – there is one amazing view after another. This one here is from our Rorbu’s kitchen area! I mean, imagine having a coffee and this is the view! Oh, for reference, a Rorbu is a traditional fishing hut – just a little more modern to please the tourists, hehe.