Sandefjord Motor Hotel
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... shaped pointed timber shingles forming the roof.) We then returned to the farm for dinner of elk-goulash with spuds, 5veg, and followed by a sensational apple-crumble, ice-cream, and of course more black coffee - the standard issue seems to be about 3 or 4 cups per sitting, and of course, as with all meals here, you are expected to have a minimum of 2 serves, and if you are able, as many more as you can fit-in....so don't expect me to came back as lean as a ...
... in view of all the warnings we'd received about restrictions on bringing particular foods – and most alcohol, into the country. This specifically mentioned potatoes and I almost regretted the kg or so of Swedish potatoes I’d felt duty bound to boil the previous evening.
The first thing we did notice was a deterioration in the road surface – maybe because Norway doesn’t receive, ...
... ride from her and her boyfriend (who got to pick her up at the airport) to Oslo trainstation.
That's where we got something to eat and tickets for the night train to Finse. The train was to leave at 23:45 and arrive at Finse at 4:17...
Let's try to get ready :)
... 5th. Oh how time flies! Nine weeks left!
As we press onward, I'd like to call to mind the words of Mark Twain, who said “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you
didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail
away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore.
Keep your stick on the ice.
... around Moss, I found a VW hubcap half buried in a snow bank by the side of the road. Of course, I brought it back and cleaned it up. It makes a nice decoration in my dorm room. Makes it feel more like home. (Though I don't actually have hubcaps on my walls at home. Yet...) So, yeah, it's been a pretty uneventful last couple days.
But that'll change tomorrow! Tune in Sunday for the latest news from Sweden!