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... poppies. Eventually we made Kalmar, our stop for the night, and parked in a spot across the road from the hotel with a sign we didn't understand. When we booked in the lady at reception told us it meant we were OK until 9.00 the next morning, so we were fine. The Slothottel is an old building retro fitted with bathrooms, we were in the old house. They’ve bought or built three more adjacent buildings, and so they have a fair capacity. Dinner was included in ...
... an ocean pool, a fairly impressive diving board and several sauna huts. No one was about though, summer is over and there is not a soul around. We started this gap year journey because we had enjoyed annual ski holidays in the northern hemisphere for so many years, and often wondered what the places we visited would be like in summer, and here we are in Scandinavia in September and summer is already over, imagine only having 2 months of summer a year!
... exhibition. We can’t say the same for the other floors, as everything there only had Swedish labels and we weren’t entirely clear as to what the purpose or themes were, so we’ll forget about that.
During the afternoon we had a short walk in between rain showers and the rest of the time we relaxed on board with our books. Later we had a return match with Freya’s crew, who had spent the day in a hire car touring the area and visiting glassworks ...
... type terrain to Colorado terrain in as little as 25 miles while gaining in elevation just slightly.
The owner of the B and B gave us some highlights to see on the island and told us the King of Sweden was staying on the island for holiday. To think we picked this for the price and it turns out we could be having high tea with the king of ...
... about like mad things. We furled the main well enough and then we turned to the genoa, only to discover that the port sheet had wrapped itself around the handlebar of one of the bikes and locked tight.
There was nothing for it but to go on deck and try to free the tangle. I was on deck, fighting with the sheet which was lashing about madly and threatening to bend the handlebars of the bike when the real storm hit, with winds of 37 knots and ...