Comfort Hotel Stavanger
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... awareness of this during our travels. Also cute were the five or so seals lounging in the sunshine on the rocks.
At one stage the boat was driven into a lovely little narrow cove, not such good pictures here though.
We saw a vibrant waterfall and all on board were all given a sample of the freshest of water collected in a bucket. There was a colourful rainbow showing through the falling water which we managed to snap on the ...
... it was almost only uphill. It was really exhausting, but the views and the landscape was amazing. There were lots of people walking the same route, and the weather was nice and sunny. So during the walk up to Kjeragbolten I had to sit down a couple of times to enjoy the view (and relax a bit). When we finally reached our target, we were far from the only ones there. About 100 people were queuing to have their picture taken on Kjeragbolten, so we decided not to stand on ...
Get home by means of BA 744 LHR to SVG
What actually happened
Arrived LHR on time , only an hour and a half before our next flight then arrived at Stavanger ahead of schedule but not with our ...
... to leave his ‘asset’ with the bank and leave the country. How horrible to have to start all over again but as he said, there are a lot of people who are infinitely worse off. Considering of where he picked us up, an asylum-seekers’ centre, it was quite thought-provoking.
Back in Sandnes our sleuthing drew a blank. The friendly and apparently speedway-supporting lady who dealt with us at the now open tourist information centre hadn’t a ...
... refund or a bus ride to Stavanger to pick up the ship there. Stavanger is a port town in SW Norway with nothing else really to recommend it that we could see. Anyhow, the 5 hour ride there would have us back in Denmark on time, so there was really only ONE choice. We piled onto the bus and made the best of the trip – which, ironically, included two fjord crossings by ferry! It was an ordeal – assuming that there has to be a ...