- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I thought I must have either upset Kari, or she'd finally sussed me out.... As she left, she said to me " Slack ****!".... I swear! Bloody "Slack ****," she called me! Now, I have to admit that she's fairly astute and no fool, but I felt a bit miffed that she should display her calculated judgement of me so publicly.... :( And then, to really rub it in, a couple of the others also responded with the same "Slack ****", as if in ...
... about 1am....
Friday morning, the ladies had organised a nice lunch in town at Skien, so Per met me at the brygge (private wharf) and we went over to Sandoye for the day, did a few jobs, and we picked-up Ragnhild and Marianne later in the day.
Per is pretty handy on the BBQ (I've taught him everything I know ;) ) and cooked some beautiful salmon on the BBQ for dinner.
Next day, I sanded and varnished the outdoor furniture for ...
... the rocks that were contained in the glacier were dumped at the end of the glacier and then they rose out of the sea once the weight of the glacier melted away. (Okay, okay, - this is condensed straight from the brochure).
i guess the best way to describe it for you Aussies, is it is sort of Norway's Stradbroke, or Moreton Island.
It's a holiday island, with cars only allowed for local land-owner/farmers, and a zillion bikes. There are some sandy beaches on ...
Woke up refreshed and explored Kragero a little, the town is crammed onto a hill allowing only the smallest of room to move around with shops, pedestrians and cars all sharing the same area. It gave the town real character but surely the locals must get fed up at times, when it was time to leave we decided it was easier to take skippy back the way we came rather than tackle the narrow streets in the centre. Big drive for us ...
... for dinner, so after a long night, including G&T, some white wine, cognac (the Norwegians love their cognac) and a few other niceties, we called it quits at the best part of pumpkin-time.....and now I need to do this, while Treas is already cutting the fire-wood for tomorrow.....