What happened in Norway (part 1)

I'm sorry for delay. I was quiet busy working and studying Danish after our return from Norway. Anyway, Norway is one of the most beautiful countries I have ever been to. And it is very photogenic too. :)
National Park Jotunheimen

Me and my boyfriend started our two-week trip in Trondheim, where we slept two nights in our friend's friends' apartment. We saw the city centre and the harbour and enjoyed a cup of coffee in a cosy café.
Old fishermen's houses in Trondheim
Old fishermen's houses in Trondheim
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Monks' Island

We hitchhiked from Trondheim to the National Park Jotunheimen. At the beginning we were very lucky. We met two amazing women – one from Canada and one from Lithuania – who gave us a lift. But then we got stuck on a road for two hours! The place was marvelous, but on the other hand two hours were to much! Especially, if it was getting colder and darker...
THE PLACE!

So after two hours, a woman from Oslo – a translator, who loved hiking and shooting deers – stopped her car and took us to Jotunheimen. She also gave us several advices about hiking trips.
Jotunheimen
We spent two days there. The first day, it was raining a lot. We just took a short walk to a dark grey lake.
Lake Bessvatnet
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The next day, the weather was just beautiful. We decided to take a boat to a cottage called Memurubu. We hiked from the cottage to the mountain top Besseggen. The trip took seven or eight hours and we were very, very tired after it, but the views were fantastic. There was one place, from which we could see two different lakes at once.
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Hiking
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Between to lakes
Almost on the top of the mountain Bessegen
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