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... this into perspective, Sydney's cross city tunnel is 2.1km
Saturday was spent out at Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen), it was about 1.5 hours drive from Stavanger to the car park and then a further 2 hour hike up to the top. At 604 metres above sea level, it was quite spectacular. While we were there some people base jumped off the mountain, there was someone with a camera on a drone filming, so I expect there will be something on YouTube.
Riskafjorden - near Stavanger on the lower-mid-west coast of Norway. Stayed in Haugesund last night, which was a nice little place on the fjord, but when we were up at 6.45 this morning, and went for a walk, and later on in the morning as we prepared to leave, we were amazed at the total lack of activity - it was like there had been an On the Beach type total catastrophe, and us and the half-dozen others we saw were all that was left of humanity.... Anyway, ...
Sunday 8th June
Awoke to another beautiful morning, surrounded by snow- capped mountains - not sure how much more of this we can take! Decided to have our breakfast on the deck, rather than sat on the ground, which was very nice, even though it was just cereal and coffee! Caught up with some of the family on Facetime before heading off to our next destination, however, just as we were about to leave, our camping neighbours had ...
... and share with the young cashier that we were going to get crazy wild tonight while waving chocolate bars, a waffle and ice cream around the store before making an abrupt exit, we were stopped by a tourist and asked for directions. What?! We look Norwegian! Heck yes! Leandra and I had a mini dance party to celebrate while the woman realized that she made a mistake by asking what seemed to be two normal girls for directions and began to walk away. We handed her over to a group ...
... Sandnes to see this little town about 15 kilometres away, and stop off at Kvadrats shopping mall. I certainly was not going to walk any distance in the rain.
Sandnes is a very quiet little town, hardly anybody in the main pedestrian street. I suppose they will all be at the shopping mall at Kvadrats.
The mall is ok, nothing special. I head back to the hotel to write this blog. Now its time to get some food, feeling hungry.
Tomorrow i am off to Oslo.