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... the wide waterway. One suggestion was given to us by Ulla who wrote up a useful list of things to see whilst visiting the city.
One of them was to see the Gotheborg Ship, a sailing replica of an 18th-century Swedish East Indiaman, launched in 2003. We found her moored at her dock at Eriksberg and as luck would have it, there was people and action all over her as they were recommissioning her after the winter break. ...
... the parks and sights.
From Gothenburg we drove up the scenic coastal route to Oslo, travelling from island to island up the Sodra Bohuslan (southern Bohuslan region) either via bridge or car ferry. The car ferries don't cost anything as they are considered to be part of the national road system. This part of the world is just so scenic, nothing my iPhone camera could possibly do justice ...
... I spoke mostly to a German and South Korean girl. They were both very friendly and interesting and yes I just had to ask the South Korea girl about her opinion on the things happening in North Korea and was surprised by her answer! Later Pru and I headed to an amazing club spread over many levels that had a boutique hotel kind of feel. We met Americans, more Koreans, Spanish, Brits and Iranians. It was a fun night and unlike London the public transport runs late which ...
... in the world!" said, "Well you obviously haven't tried Aussie cheddar!"
So I told him about Mersey Valley and King Island - which he had tried. He said I need to go down to their 'vintage' stand and try the "Black Bob" and "4 year" cheddars. So I did!
Well, they were good, but Claude (from Riga - Latvia) got me to try "Trucle" (?) and it was the best, however, the min I could purchase was 500g which was a little too much for one. So I bought some Black Bob.
Claude and I ...
... extends into Norway, starts a few miles south, so we would sail about 35 miles today.
It was significantly cooler than yesterday, a bit weird given that the wind was essentially from the same direction and much the same strength, albeit a bit fresher. As this was the case and given that the cruising chute is not good at dead downwind sailing, we decided to goose-wing by deploying the genoa out on one side of the ...