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... automatically drift off into Norwegian, and then turn to me for a comment a few minutes later, expecting me to have understood the whole thing, while I sit there looking blank, having also drifted off into fairy-land...
No wonder they keep saying "slack-****"....
I guess that one day I will actually learn the language.
Not much else happening, so I'll try to add some more Oslo photos in the morning on Aslaug's wifi, before we depart.
... fine apart from the fact that it was a 500 metre walk to the loos and showers. We were helped in by the owner of an immaculate home built wooden boat, constructed by his father, she glowed in the sun, lovely wood indeed.
That evening we actually watched a whole film, 'The Jackal’, based upon the ‘Day of the Jackal’ by Frederick Forsyth and Americanised ie nothing to do with assassinating French presidents but quite fun, in an escapist sort of ...
... for rock-hugging, as next year I am quite certain we will have to do some in the upper parts of the Baltic, as there will not be enough room to swing on an anchor in some of the smaller sheltered spots.
Later we passed an enjoyable 90 minutes or so on board Caper and we left, planning on for once, having a meal ashore in the form of a pizza. In the threatening rain we set off, full of anticipation, only to find that one restaurant was closing and the other had ...
... weather was absolutely glorious, hot and with little wind, a real summer’s day at last! We were charmed by Kungsviken, it is only a small community and very attractively situated.
Apart from wanting to see the Malö factory, another reason for coming was to visit some late stone age standing stones and burial sites, interesting apart from themselves, in that they were laid down near the shoreline but now, 4,500 years later, they are fully 60 metres or more above sea level. ...
... had been hitting the rocks with mallets, shattering them, rendering the whole landscape into something rather bleak. The fact that it was windy and cloudy and the sea was lumpy and grey added to the sense of bleakness and we really understood why the Scandinavians are reputed to have a depressive side, I would too if I had to look at this all day. The thing we marvelled at was that some people had built quite sizeable houses here – the land must have ...