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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... we had time in hand.
By 16:00 we were tied alongside in the inner reaches of the harbour at Sirevåg. Despite what the books say, there are no facilities here whatsoever, just like last night and just like last night, at least the berth was free. We were quite tired by now, having done 60 miles under engine but we did venture for a little explore (very) and found the local shop where we bought some bread and vegetables, then back to the boat, ready for another early start ...
... option was out as last minute. So we drove and found a parking space on a lake along the Hunnedalen. Its a lake with two houses on its shore. Behind that is a big parking place. So we parked our stuff and walked up for a bit. After some hundred meters there was a perfect plateau that we pitched our tent on. It was the most comfortable bed one can ...
If you see a photo of Norway it's often Preikestolen or Pulpit Rock. With a massive drop and the photogenic location it's no surprise why. We took the Lauvvik - Oanes ferry on the drive there and the Tau - Stavanger one on the way back. Both provided some nice scenic drives. Preikestolen itself and the climb up we're spectacular. We were ...
... our waiter was Greek. I'll leave you to think about that. The table next to us had a picture perfect family. Rich, well dressed, lawyers, accountants and doctors. Mother wearing pearls wouldn't expect anything less, Father with a freshly pressed, brand new tailored suit complete with cuff links holding a logo unrecognizable to the common working class person. The daughter like straight out of a lawyers weekly magazine, grey pencil skirt, pumps, glasses, the works. ...
... the was travelling down the fjord for a small cruiser - the size and scale of the fjord was truly mind bending.
I sat on the edge for some 20-25mins completely lost in my own world starring down the fjord. Upon reflection I wouldn't call it a relaxing experience rather more of an out of body experience, the feeling you get when you know that you are in a most extraordinary place and one that you will most likely never experience anything like again.