Travel Blogs from Sandnes
... was that his phone had a lot of our photos which hadn't yet been backed up! It also meant too that as we were on such a tight cycling schedule, the following morning would be spent chasing up police reports etc for insurance. I think it was the straw that broke the camel's back for me, the anxiety of completing the difficult terrain in time(especially for Hannah) and the comforts we were missing with extended camping, all just became a bit too much!
It's amazing though how ...
... left on it! so I used 3 hrs of it and gave it to some other poor bugger who was also trying to decipher its workings as we left.... We had a bit of a wander around there - very appealing place with lots of quaint old streets and shops, and a contrast with the new of the fast Oil-money. We tried to have a look at the spectacular oil museum that so fascinated me last time I was here but they wouldn't let us in because of Clara, the dog.... So, we just had a bit ...
... had some magnificent street flowers that would shame ours home in Aust. I don't know if it's the regular watering.........! Or if they use a particular special fertiliser, but they all look almost too good! And the other thing that fascinated me is that they all leave pot-plants, garden furniture, garden statues, and all sorts of mobile and easily-stolen goods outside in the street, and nobody even notices. At home, sadly, they wouldn't last 24hrs.
... breakfast, said goodbye to Gonçalo and it was time to hit the road again and make my way towards Kristiansand.
Havia uma razão principal para eu querer ir a Stavanger, e o seu nome era Preikestolen.
Não vou maçar-vos com a descrição da vista, porque não havia nenhuma. Infelizmente o único dia em que podia fazer a visita foi um nublado, por isso isto foi o que me esperava no topo:
... Janine’s vote for the world’s best-named hairdresser (see the accompanying photo).
We also paid a visit to the Oil Museum, which was more interesting than it sounds. Janine studied the finer points of the differences between Venezuelan, Iranian and Norwegian crude while Greg examined full sized drill bits, a computer map of some oil fields he used to be a shareholder in and tried out the offshore oil rig emergency escape slide. A couple of ...
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