We packed up camp in Onna, just as the drizzle came in. On with the wet weather gear and off we went, following the coast, passing through some lovely little villages on smooth, wet twisting roads to Stromstad. From Stromstad we caught the ferry to Sandejord in Norway. The trip took two and a half hours, it was smooth sailing. Scandinavia is expensive, so the cost of the ferry ticket being only €10 was a pleasant surprise, compare that to the toll on the Malmo Bridge (the bridge from Denmark to Sweden) which cost NZ$60(£29.47)
We left the ferry in the rain and rode west looking for wild camping spots.