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... then to our hotel in Timra just north. The hotel is a grand old house 200 years old with very elegant public rooms downstairs and bedrooms upstairs. A communal kitchen which was used by many for dinner preparation including ourselves after purchasing ham, cheese, tomato and bread from the nearby supermarket. We sat In the dining room by candlelight with a bottle of wine and had a ...
... not find a restaurant. We went into the grocery store to ask if there was a restaurant close by to eat at. Luckily, the town had ONE little diner that we were able to eat at.
After eating some delicious Swedish meatballs, we set out to walk to the Nationalpark. The website told us that to follow the orange markings which would take us to the Visitor Center (about 2km away/1.25 miles). After following what looked like orange duct tape taped ...
After a good night's sleep (cold really does help, obviously), we woke to the same sort of weather ie breezy and chill. We had little distance to cover so we were in no hurry to get going but still, it was hard to stand for 10 minutes under the shower to use up the allotted time (they charged SEK20 for a 10 minute shower – I mean what’s wrong with SEK10 for 5 minutes? Julie and I often share a 4 minute shower and still have time over!). Anyway, be that as ...
... quick internet so we could
download the latest episode of Wallander and so on.
During the to-ing and fro-ing, whilst we were ascertaining what was what and where was where, there was a point when Julie was down below and I was on deck, carrying the electric lead to attach it to the shore. Now it was here that I am a little vague. I’d climbed over the pulpit (metalwork at the front of the boat) was holding on to the genoa and ...
... the world, even more so than similarly fermented fish dishes such as the Korean Hongeohoe or Japanese Kusaya.
So now you know.We were amazed to find, when we entered the keyhole-shaped bay, that we were not alone. There were a few small pontoons in a couple of spots around the bay and one had a little motor boat moored to it and another one a sailing boat. ...