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I woke the next morning at 4:40 am, I packed the tent into my car and left. The campground smelled of sewer and the whole night Harley-type motorcycles drove up and down the street where my tent was set up. It felt like they sped up to disturb the campers as much as possible. I drove down the street to the ferry terminal, I hoped to charge my camera battery onboard the ferry and with some luck, they might have wi-fi that I could use I thought. I needed to contact the phone co
I left Korgen in Norhtern Norway at 4:45 in the morning to get through all the road work before traffic started. Then steered my tiny car toward Trondheim. I had a cup of coffe at the Starbucks (have not been at one for years, it made my day.) Then I did some necessary last minute preparations. I didn't notice that I had lost my bank card and after an hour the police called me asking if I had lost my card. My first try at putting up the tent was a bit under par. Somehow I man