A lot have happened since me and my daughter Tea went to Morocco, July 2016. https://advrider.com/f/threads/youre-gonna-miss-me-when-im-gone-norway-to-marocco.1161927/ One month after returning from our ride I left Norway to work in Korea for 6 months. December 2016, I got divorced. My 6-month stay was extended to 1 year, and during this time I meet someone that I married in 2020. This wedding is known locally as the big covid marriage as 1 of my 8 guest was positive and he infected 6 of us. Not the best wedding gift you might say. During this time, I was living in Dubai and we returned to Norway to get married. I stayed 6 days in Norway and returned to Dubai alone to finish my project there. Got sick in Dubai but that is another story. In May I returned to a Norway in lockdown and this lasted all summer. With the boarders closed and no hope of traveling anywhere I thought that if I’m ever going to do a full tour of Norway this is the best time. My wife, Rose, is from the Philippines but with a Korean passport. She moved to Norway in October 2019, then joined me in Dubai and stayed there up to our wedding. This was a good opportunity for her to see Norway so we started packing. She had joined me for a weekend riding the bike previously, but this would be her first long distance riding. So, I was a little worried she might hate it after a few days. End of July we left home, in the south of Norway and set off going north along the coast. My plan was to take her to as many famous places in Norway as possible, and some less famous that I wanted to see for myself. The plan was to do Norway in a figure of 8. Going up the west coast as we went north, then push to Nordkapp before doing the coast on the return. Ok, i admit it is not a perfect 8. But you get the idea. The first few hours took us past Stavanger and towards Haugesund, planning to reach Hardanger. We travel this area a lot so the first real stop we had that was not for food or fuel was at Låtefoss. This is a very popular stop for most people driving this road. Låtefoss is special because it is two rivers that meet in one waterfall. It is a impressive sight, specially if it have been raining a lot. This first day we had some light showers and fog, and it continued all day. We reached Hardanger and started looking for a campsite. Took a little while but finally found a simple but nice campsite with a good view over the fjord. I don’t have many pictures at it was mostly wet and foggy all day. We pitched the 2 person tent and as we went to bed it started raining heavy. Good thing we got the tent up before the downpour.