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... on Easter Island and its huge statues.
We headed down the coast from Oslo and passed into Sweden. It's so easy in the EEC countries with no formal customs or immigration. We stayed just outside Stromstad, a lovely little town on the coast. There are campervans, caravans and people everywhere as this is the midsummer holiday season here.
... the mousie. Purr jump knock over the lamp eat the grass chase the red dot, feed me run chase the red dot litter box shed everywhere jump. Sleep in the sink leap knock over the lamp sleep in the sink, sleep in the sink attack chuf sniff hiss sleep on your face run.Sleep on your keyboard sleep in the sink stuck in a tree puking climb the curtains, claw judging you litter box eat the grass attack. Feed me knock over the lamp fluffy fur sunbathe claw purr, stuck in a tree ...
... opposed to the crowded Strömstad Södra hamnen.
Our berth was alongside the outer pontoon but about 8metres outside us was a rocky islet, so we knew that no other boat would raft against us as they would block the channel, so we were quite happy with the choice. Moreover, we later discovered that there was a free bus service to town so in our book, this was a much better choice to spend the night.
We had initially ...
... there was nothing in particular identified, the doctors gave me some medication which had me out for most of Monday. On Monday evening, at about 10pm, Camilla and I left to drive to Lom to see Stina and Linn in the mountains. The drive was longer than expected and I was sad that we did it at night as we drove past what I imagine is some incredible scenery, including the biggest lake in Norway. We finally arrived at about 4.30am and although Camilla was ready to get up at ...
First border crossing!, although you wouldn't know it unless you looked at a map; or, if you knew the awesome parallel bridges were the border (see photos).
Today was the most frustrating day in terms of staying on the route. Just lots of missing or misleading cycle route signs. Although I rode 70+ km, I think the net distance traveled was perhaps 30-40km.
As I am saying goodbye to Norway, I present a quiz for my readers to better know Norway ( see accompanying photos ...