First Hotel Alstor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... a brief walk to find some height from which to take a couple of photos and once done, it was time to return the borrowed electric cable with profuse thanks and knock on the Beneteau's coach roof to give warning of our intention to depart. In fairness they were about ready themselves and at 11:00, we were both off and away, leaving Kvits°y via the convenient channel that points more or less directly towards Stavanger. Once out in the open water, we ...
... it turned into an uphill gravel track we decided to turn around. Lovely scenery though. And everywhere were wildflowers.
There are a number of well promoted light houses on this coast, and we detoured to see the ...
... decks now, but wrapped up it quite pleasant. More chilling/reading in Anderson's then back to the cabin. Showered and changed for dinner at 6:30 Went to the theatre after dinner to see the Opera Boys again, they are very good and tomorrow they fly off to UK to join Britannia, apparently they are to be the headline show for the maiden cruise :-) After the show we tried to get to ...
... to meet up with later on in the night.
Our next feat, dinner on a budget, was successful. For around 20 euros we had enough for dinner, breakfast, lunch, and snacks. We made some heavenly chili (or as close as we could) which hit the spot with the rainy weather. We combined that with a little pregraming of our own, rum and coke, finally Captain Morgan (compliments of the duty-free shopping at the airport), and then headed out to meet our new friend.
... on the steep hillside. They've been conditioned that the tour boats will feed them, and as soon as they saw us approach, they scurried down to a rocky outcrop and patiently waited until the gangway was lowered and a crew member walked out to feed them by hand.
At the turning point for the tour, we pulled directly below Pulpit Rock. It was only after looking at pictures taken on 42x zoom that I realized that there were people up there ...