BEST WESTERN Hotel Carlia
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... lovely guys from their office and I was interested to compare the way they do real estate here compared to us.
We left about 11 this morning after dropping KA and T back to work to collect their car (a very familiar exercise for us) , and headed off towards Goteborg in Sweden.
About 200 km and we arrived at cousin Aslaug's place and afternoon tea, before dinner of sensational baked fresh spiced cod cooked in sour cream and herbs. Yum!
We bade our farewells to Jake & Judy Backus and were off at 10:00 and sailing within a couple of minutes of exiting the harbour at Henån. It had been a really pleasant bonus to meet the Backus', they were good company and we hope that our paths may cross again at some future date. Of course, they may feel exactly the opposite and do all that they can to avoid us!
It was a breezy day, blowing at F6 from the SSW but the direction of the channel between Orust ...
... supermarket, a few shops, a chandlery and a couple of restaurants. Once we’d replenished our supplies there wasn’t a huge amount to do so I wrote some blog lines and Julie got on with Angry Birds as well as her book and emails. Meanwhile it rained a little and all was peaceful & quiet.
Around 13:30 Jake & Judy arrived and took a berth alongside us, inviting us for a return match on their boat later in the day. That afternoon we went for a ...
... 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. ...
... cheap is all that I can say. I suspect the reason behind the nature of the landscape was the fact that this may have been an old quarry site, useable pieces of granite having been removed, leaving this stony litter behind. Again, I was using my land camera and again, the photos are blurred, apologies.
Turning north again, we soon left this scene of desolation and headed back towards the harbour, over wide areas of barren rock but at least nice ...