Hamresanden Apartments Hotel
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... copy of the video later in the cruise. The rapids were a bit wild at first, but on the second set we got to do them 3 or 4 times so it got to be fun. When we got to the pull out point they had vans to take us back to the rafting center where we got out of our wet things and changed into the dry clothes we left in the bus. All in all a fun excursion.
The evening show was an Irish comedian named George Casey. He was fun even if some of his jokes were ...
... once again of Viking times, as does so much of Norway. To get to Pulpit Rock we could have joined an organised tour from Stavanger, but decided to do it ourselves instead. So, we drove to the car park at the base of the climb, involving another ferry crossing ( we' re getting old hands at these ferries now). The walk was 4km up and 4 km back, & it took just over 2 hours each way. The route was mainly over a rocky path made of boulders of various ...
... nylon lattice layer before the actual foam mattress is put down, this gives an effective air gap so the mattress stays dry. However, the top surface of the forepeak storage area that supports all this paraphernalia was actually quite damp and benefitted from a few hours drying time.
I’ve neglected to say that whilst there was wind about, here in Mandal, given its position and the surrounding topography, it was relatively calm and as ...
... and it was this that we headed for at 08:30 for our shower (I fit into the latter category above and had been there earlier!) . We must admit to feelings of consternation when we were overtaken by a very determined young man from the Polish boat (destination Svalbard archipelago, of which Spitsbergen is the largest island), clutching his roll of toilet paper. We had to wait an inordinately long time but I am happy to report that our shower did not take place ...
... horizontal, rope that is the best part of a cm thick, was snapped. Fortunately there doesn’t appear to be any damage to the boat but one other piece of evidence for the ferocity of the beating that the bow took is that the stainless steel pin that hold the anchor in place is now quite obviously bent.
We were pretty tired that night so it was an early night, a night disturbed (for me at least) by new sounds, shrieking winds and angry ...