Det Lille Hotel
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... the rocks that were contained in the glacier were dumped at the end of the glacier and then they rose out of the sea once the weight of the glacier melted away. (Okay, okay, - this is condensed straight from the brochure).
i guess the best way to describe it for you Aussies, is it is sort of Norway's Stradbroke, or Moreton Island.
It's a holiday island, with cars only allowed for local land-owner/farmers, and a zillion bikes. There are some sandy beaches on ...
... height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Very sexy-looking car! Also, I forgot to mention, because they have no"engine" there is space galore, and whilst a fast-back 5 seater, there are also 2 extra kiddies seats in the back/boot, and still the under-bonnet luggage space!
Almost midnight again, so I'm out.
... by 4 Rolls Royce gas turbine engines powered by LNG,) and went straight from Hirtshalls in the North of Denmark to Langesund, only about 3 km from Treas's brother Kristian. Since then, we have a daily party and rarely to bed before midnight (it's currently 1 am). Saturday, was spent getting organised for Treas's big b'day party and sling some shopping, and Sunday we did more of the same, except that after an amazing late summer, Norway ...
... then overnighting at a camp and move on again the next day. One of the interesting things here is the difference in pronunciations. For example - for a while I thought we were aiming for two different places - Treas kept talking about a place called Hitch-hals, whereas I thought we going to Hirtshalls, (and I pronounced it Hurtshalls, but apparently it's pron Hitch-hals...) No bloody wonder George has his occasional hissy-fit.... Had another near miss ...
... of conversation between Chaz and I today due to the time pressure to get to our hotel in time and our determination to get through the journey. But, in reality, it didn't matter at all. We broke the 100 miles in a day and secretly, though I don't think we would ever admit it to each other, we both lie here in our room exhausted but rather proud of ...