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... his GPS didn't appear to be co-operating, as he had to pull over again after getting lost. But he did keep stopping the meter, so we didn't have to pay for all the wrong turns. Yvonne greeted us at the door when we finally arrived at To Sostre. Some people from Finland had also just arrived, so she took the opportunity to show us all around at once. She organised a breakfast time for tomorrow (7.30am for us, as we have a busy day ahead), then turned ...
... English at Cambridge as I wondered how someone from China could afford to come all this way and pay local prices.
Originally from Shanghai she was doing a different cruise option so would not be sailing with me. She had chosen the more popular shorter ...
... hours with my new book and some porridge, interspersed with some friendly chats (one about an Italian-Indian education guru) and an impromptu singalong with a ukulele. I'm not sure how sensible my choice of book will turn out to be - it's The Snowman by Jo Nesbo, which is set around Oslo and Bergen and has already featured a few places that I've seen, which is great. It's also about a gruesome serial killer who chops his victims into ...
... of buying) that in the mountains of Norway you may be alone, but you are never lonely. I think there's something in that - when I am truly alone I find myself connecting with things within and outside of myself in a way that I don't have the space to in company. But when you are expecting to meet someone and they aren't there, or when you are in a relationship where there is no genuine concern for the other, or when you're at a party and you're such a massive social moron that ...
... at some lovely jumpers, that kind of thing. I spent the evening in the hostel doing some reading and having a chat with a nice man who is halfway round his solo cycle tour of Norway, before making my late night apple cake dash (so worth it). I've decided I need to find some cloudberries before I come home. I thought they were a fictional creation only found in obscure JRPGs (shout out to Baten Kaitos with its card-based combat and weird ...