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... over the top!
I am sat in the tent writing this, with a hoody on, hood up,
freezing. I'm afraid the flip flops are going to be relegated & the
trainers & socks are coming out! Infact, I'm going up to the bar because
there's no internet connection down here, and it'll probably be warmer. And I
can have a drink. Steve's already gone on the pretext of talking over tomorrows
route! Oh no, he's back. We've been invited to a 'do' in ...
... lots of poking fun at each other's English. It was great!
On the Saturday night we fested on a traditional North-Western Norwegian Christmas dinner. The star dish is the pork ribs. Each piece comes with crackling on top, layers of fat and meat (reminded me of pork belly), and then a bone with more meat. It was very very tasty! This was accompanied by meat balls, sausages, potatoes, brussel sprouts, peas ...
... the grounds and the remaining graves were very well tended, grass nicely mowed, etc. From Beitstad we continued south and are now back in Trondheim for the night. We are at an historic hotel in downtown Trondheim called the Britannia. We decided to stay here for the night because we couldn't find a suitable place south of here. We have a large room with a big bathroom that includes a tub and face cloths! After we checked in we took a walk back ...
Earl was up at 5am to get outside and see what's happening. I awoke as we docked at Trondheim. We met for breakfast at 7am so we could tour Trondheim until 10 am. However, we had a fun surprise shortly after we began eating. A men's choir came marching into the restaurant singing in Norwegian. Beautiful acapella harmony, for about 30 minutes.
After our serenade, we bolted for the off ramp and Trondheim . It took about 25 minutes to get to the middle of ...
The first of the winter storms came in last night and this morning (in the real world) it was freezing! Where better to head for today's virtual ride than Norway? The snow and ice matched the cold blustery weather on the veranda where I have my exercise bike. I set myself a target of staying on the bike for 20 minutes... It was cold!.... but in the end I couldn't help pedalling just a bit further to see what was around the next ...