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... cardinal marks which denoted the shallower areas and even these were several metres deep but having said that, given last year’s unfortunate experience, it was still nice when the depth sounder showed 40m plus under us!
We were able to sail until about 12:15 when the wind died, necessitating the use of the engine but a little later, we deployed the cruising chute and sailed again for a while, then the wind died so the ...
... this sausage rapped up with potato and mayo. They love mayo over there. Kate got a ... ......... .....
The afternoon was so warm I left Kate lying out in the sun and went and helped clear up the stall at the market. We decided after all our hard work we deserved another swim so we went in again. That evening we headed down to watch Cosmo play football. Mike and I spent most of the game mocking one of the other teams players cause he looked like an Ompalumpa. Cosmo scored a ...
... owned by the government. We were going round with a trolley filling it up, worrying if we had enough for our four days, when everyone else was buying one or two beers in small baskets. Spot the alcoholics!!!!
When we got home we picked up the a christmas tree from the petrol station and took it back to do the decorating of the house and the tree. Its always fun putting up christmas decorations.
In Sweden they celebrate Christmas on ...
Time to hit the road again in another hire car this time heading 400km north to the town of Sundsvall to meet up with my friend Vicky, husband Col and two super cute boys Finn & Louis. As we hadn't seen each other since 2003 there was plenty to catch up on over many beers, glasses of wine, birthday celebrations with her ...
I did not expect Sweden to be this green! As we drove north, the spruces, firs, birches, waved us along and the road was fringed with beautiful wild lupins! We tried to take as little of the highway as possible, preferring the smaller roads along the coast which showed us so much more!
Our first stop was a short visit to the Uppsala cathedral and castle and on we went to Gävle, which is supposed to be a pretty town and one ...