Park Inn Haugesund Airport
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... and then to travel on to the island that had been recommended to us, Kvitsøy. As a consequence of all of this excitement that was in store, we were up and off by 08:30, exiting this lovely place and turning to the north to round the top of Røvær and to have a look at the lighthouse at the end (see photo).
It was pretty much a downwind sail to Utsira, so I set up the genoa to gain the most drive from ...
... large island so it didn't take us long to get to the spot. The only evidence of man’s activities that we could find were some low stone walls which acted as dams in the tidal pools, I surmised that they could have been fish traps. These however, must be far more recent than the remains that we were looking for. In fact the only sign of anything from that time was a sign explaining what had been discovered, namely some pottery shards and ruins of buildings. It ...
... sale, at only 10 Nok each! We decided there and then to get some, provided that Richard & Paul liked crab meat.
A little later, I was chatting to another very friendly Norwegian lady on a nearby power boat and she said that 'the boy’ sells crabs too. It transpired that there was a teenage boy who loved fishing and crabbing and that he too was selling crabs. She was keen that we dealt with him as she seemed to have a soft spot for the lad so of ...
... Norway and Sweden. Scandinavia, it turns out, has the highest per capita consumption of coffee in the world, and 7-11's are known for providing reasonable and good-quality coffee. Anyway, we only had about 15 minutes to spare, so I made the withdrawal and recommended K go back to the ship -- no reason to take a risk of us both being left behind. I then ran back up the hill to the shop. The ATM had not allowed me to withdrawal the exact amount of ...
... br> Later we sailed ,to have time scenic cruising the Lysefjord,to the back of the Savanger harbour,a gorgeous journey, within meters of the tiny Islands, at times, mussel farms and the ever present little farms, but tonight we saw many sheep farms, larger paddocks, and the lambs in abundance at this time of year.
Under huge bridges, past many more summer houses, to the famous Pulpit Rock, perched 3000ft high above ...