This idyllic village lies in the western region of Norway on the shores of the Lustrafjiotd and a few kilometres from the Jostedal Glacier. The previous fishing village now produces summer berries and autumn apples as well as the fresh fish. The wooden houses spread up the terraced mountains.
At the waters edge is the Walaker Hotel, which has been untainted in its more than 3 centuries of existence. The current owners, the Nitter family , have run the hotel for nine generations!
Consequently I reckon This village and its’ iconic hotel deserves a separate blog article all on its own.
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This is getting closer to the sort of holiday I’d enjoy.
No mention of the recorder lately…or is it a given?
It happens, the Recorder practice, but not as often as I would like! Sigh
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