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During my nephew’s week staying with us we had the opportunity to be tourists in our new home of Trondheim, Norway.
For the first time we caught the ferry across the fjord to visit the village of Vanvikan, which we look at whenever we gaze across the fjord.
The ferry wasn’t cheap at 208 NOK per adult and no cheaper for student tickets, so the day trip cost my husband and I over $100 AUD but it was so wonderful to have a day in the sunshine. I recommend it to anyone who is sick of being in the shade in Trondheim!
From the ferry terminal in Vanvikan we walked along the fjord-side, enjoying the sound of the swell on the pebbles and the feel of the sun on our faces.
We walked for half of the time available to us before needing to return to pick up our children from school then we turned around and walked back. We walked along the side of the road and whenever possible we stayed behind the protection of the roadside metal guard fence.
It was a nice day trip that we all enjoyed.