Days 2 – Å - Fredvang
July 8, 2010
Then the rain starts for real. You have to get used to rain in the Lofotens, actually, in Norway in general.
The rain let up towards afternoon though, so it wasn't that bad.
We asked in Ramberg and the tourist info guy told us about another guy who had an apartment to rent in Fredvang, which was another pleasant place.
If you ever make it to Fredvang, make sure to eat at Bina Kafe og Bistro (or for English version), it's fantastic. Best Torsk (Cod) I've had, and she was a neat person, her deserts aren't shabby either. Don't be fooled by the exterior, this place is all about the food.