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... of teaching her one day. That day has not yet come, so we just had to figure it out! Daniel and Janne managed to get a cat-in-immense-pain-type wail out of it a couple of times, but other than that no luck. It's actually really hard even just to hold the thing right because you have to bend the tough metal into an S shape and then use the bow at the right position and right angle etc to get any sound out of it. The apartment we were staying in ...
... fortress was constructed according to an old Dutch) system. It is certainly a very well preserved town.
And so to Oslo and our hostel. A place with no atmosphere. But with a large newly renovated clean room with kitchenette and bathroom, and a supermarket downstairs we were happy.
The day started with blue skies and sunshine but quickly decimated by sea mist, quickly followed by rain which stayed with us the whole day and night.
We couldn't leave Sweden without visiting Ikea. They only have 18 stores in Sweden and we happened to come across one of them just in time for lunch. We joined hundreds of Swedish just doing that. The menu is the same as UK but cheaper and more fun to order ...
... and chairs overlooking a small lake. Only 2 or 3 cars were stopped there. Everybody seems fascinated with our SCO/EU number plates. It appears they don't get many Brit tourists outwith the main cruise ship ports. It seems such a waste that everybody speaks perfect English. Scots seem especially welcome. I had to s****** when a man, who had been chatting to Alison, told his wife 'Of course Scotland is in the EU!'. And so about 1555 we arrived at Herrgårdscamping ...
We arrived home to Löa late afternoon and spent the remainder of the day doing washing, checking internet, chatting to Lisa's parents etc. Basically just relaxing. We had the most amazing crepes with yabbies for dinner, one of Lisa's favourites and now one of ours too.
We started the following day with a walking tour of Löa, we saw the Blast Furnace where men from the village used to make iron from the 1500 - 1900's. It has been restored to what it was ...