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... went back to the room to prepare for the long boat trip tomorrow to Lofoten Islands. We are due to leave around noon, but still needed to repack the hand luggage that we can take on the boat. On our way there we stopped at a small shop as we had the entire apartment today for ourselves and we wanted to cook. Nice pasta with a good glass of beer, but.... as soon as I touched a bottle of beer the people from the shop run into me, explaining that ...
... We were just about falling off our seats with laughter it was so bad.
After sitting here in the restaurant for well over 2 hours munching away on food and drinking gallons of coffee we thought we better get out of here before we get chucked out and so off up to deck we went.
The scenery outside had changed for the worst and was now rather bleak. On board was also just as bleak and the entertainment other than that so called toddler singing team was simply ...
After a pretty crazy day trying to find my way to Trondheim I arrived around 5pm once again without a place to stay. Like Stavanger I simply posted an emergency request and within 5mins I received a notification from a guy called Ketil that I could stay at his house and to just come to his work which was around 5mins walk from the McDonalds I was sitting in trying to find a place to sleep.
I arrived at the restaurant he worked at and immediately could ...
... of any country!! I'm not sure if that's true but it sure feels like it!
We managed to stop and get a few foggy pictures of the bridges on the Atlantic Road, it was beautiful and I'm sure would have been even more stunning if we could have seen the view.
Although the roads were pretty the drive was long, so as soon as we got to the campsite we set up, had dinner and called it a night!
... an announcement was soon made alerting us to the fact that there was a technical problem. After a bit another announcement revealed that we were to return to Kristiansund for service on the boat.
We were told to be back at 10 pm, so we headed out to see what we could see. Being Sunday night we were lucky to find a bar (Onkels) with a view of the bay. Internet service was available so Betsy and I hurried to download email and tried to Skype the kids. ...