After 5 days in Bergen, I boarded a train and public bus to sample the fjordian landscapes that Norway is famous for.
Eidfjord is nestled beside the Hardangerfjord, built into the mountains. The town is tiny, but the real charms lie in the magestic nature – the vast, dramatic mountains cradling a sliver of blue-green-turquois-charcoal sea. Never before have I seen such physically striking scenery.
So, in appropriate fashion, I present to you the photo-densest post I have ever posted. I honestly spent much of the day gape-mouthed, wandering around wondering “is this real life?! How does a place like this exist?!”
Love all the different roof styles!!
There was something utterly captivating about this cliff-face. I was completely mesmerized, which explains the number of pictures to follow.
I stayed in this lovely place and got to fall asleep looking at the sea, wake up and sip coffee as the morning light just started to creep over the mountains. It was magical.