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... for sardines and a huge display of can labels which featured everything from wild animals to political propaganda. I bought a sardine keychain (which will, of course, become a Christmas ornament). We then took a leisurely walk back to the ship, enjoying the good weather.
After dinner on the ship, we skipped the show which we had seen on the previous cruise, and went to see George Casey, the Irish comedian. As before, we had heard some of his ...
After school Wednesday I made some pasta and took a quick nap. At 7, me, Erick, Jake and Dylan departed for Oslo. We got there and chilled for a couple of hours. We went and walked on their famous opera house. At 1030 we left on a night train for Stravanger. Erick and I took the first shift of sleeping in the beds while the others were in seats. At 330am we got up and rotated. We arrived in Stravanger at 730. We walked about ...
... home Samuel wasn't there but I had a message on CS from a Polish girl living in Stavanger who invited me down for some dinner and drinks with other friends from Stavanger. After an awesome day it seemed like a perfect idea and along with meeting Konstancja I met 3 awesome guys Morten, Josh and Nils. It was an awesome, quite drunken night but I managed to make some good contacts in the process in that it turned out Morten and his girlfriend where driving to Bergen ...
... streets connect white-painted, flower-covered, wooden buildings - very picturesque, but even more quiet that the rest of the city.
We just made it to a restaurant for dinner (again, expensive) before the rain started coming down. Any hope of the rain fading as the evening wore on was dashed and we had to walk/run back to the hotel in the rain.
Another busy day, but Norway had already stolen our hearts and we couldn't wait to see more!
... industry at the moment. So after rejecting a fairly uninspiring motorhome aire at the harbour that wasn't worth £11, we moved along the coast to wildcamp in the port car park above the harbour at Tau. This will be our base tomorrow as ferries run from here every 30 mins over to Stavanger and we will go there on foot. We arrived about 1730. Two more of our cans of Danish beer bit the dust. Oh, well. When they're gone, they're gone. Mileage 2281. And the mpg today was a very creditable ...