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Stavanger is a beautiful city, but very expensive. Approx 10 NOK to £1. Stavanger has windy cobbled streets with many small boutiques surrounding a small town centre lake.
... where the same day we catch a flight back to London.
So, Norway - picture postcard stunning, efficient and EXPENSIVE!
... deep doo doo. I woke to a rain shower at 0700 and decided to have a few more minutes kip before bounding out of bed. Amazingly I then slept till 0930, failing to be disturbed by the noise of a lawn mower cutting our pitch. Our van and table & chairs now are on an island of uncut grass in the lawn. The Nøkling Camping, Hotel and Huts site is a strange place. It seems to have been caught in a 1960s time warp. Run by an elderly brother and sister (and I ...
... telling me about it for once and for all. But, sad to relate, this temple to the fish chef's art had closed down. In its place (or should that be 'in its plaice'?) was a steakhouse selling steaks at £35. Even a burger was £22. Fries extra. Even Burger King charge over £10 for a Whopper. With panic starting to mix with the pangs of hunger and disappointment, it was time for drastic action. 'Hawkeye' Wilson spotted a restaurant on the other side of the ...
... king was not impressed and, after a few months, revoked the lighthouse keeper’s license, and it was 1725 before the lighthouse operated again, this time with coal fires. Because the work involved in moving the coal and stoking the fires, in often terrible conditions, was so arduous, the labourers were entitled to ‘strong spirits’ three times a day.
Next day, more winding roads with glorious views, ...
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