Stokmarknes, Nordland (Norway)
Stokmarknes is a small town which certainly looked that way. I think it was the weekends, so there wasn’t that much to see nor do. But the sights were pretty at the very least.
There was a Hurtigruten Museum located there, where its founder lived and worked. The museum’s largest artefact, as well as the world’s largest museum artefact, is theHurtigruten ship M/S Finnmarken from 1956. It sounded interesting and I would’ve walked in to give it an explore, but we didn’t want to waste our 30 min stop on a museum (oops).
I think my favourite part about these photos were the vibrant Norwegian colours of the iconic houses and the canola flowers. How could you walk away from that? An awesome background for a blogger’s outfit photo hahaha.
Read more: Midnight wanders at Tromsø, Norway