Rica Dyreparken Hotel
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... rays whilst having lunch. Lovely (the sun, not my chest!)
Later on we went back into town and I bought a Norwegian SIM card with two months’ internet access, so we should be able to stay in touch and more importantly (yes really) get weather information when we need it. Once done, we returned to the boat and enjoyed an hour in the late afternoon sun and that was about it for the day. Tomorrow, once serviced, we hope to move on to Mandal, 24 miles west of ...
... depth, OK but given our past experiences, enough to make me nervous! Happily, there was a pontoon with only one Polish vessel alongside, so we were able to park ourselves in front, downwind of the pontoon so we would not rub all night against the fenders. Phew!
The friendly harbour master advised me that we were not in a good place if the wind was from the SE, as the boat would roll, as would the pontoon and the fenders would ride up and ...
... some bread so we had one anyway, the crab wasn't as good as English crab, it seemed very finely minced, but it was the first dressed crab we'd had for years so we enjoyed it.
Friday February 27th
Had a proper day of sunshine today, it was sunny when we got up and sunny when we went to the supermarket - we'd finished most days in Kristiansand by calling at the supermarket to pick something up for tea. We drove to little place by the ...
... and generate electricity. Energy production here is clean, efficient and cheap. Even the volcanic eruptions seem to be gradual and predictable as clearly seem with the recent eruption at Bardarbunga.
Irish monks looking for solitude were the first humans to visit Iceland during the ninth-century. Vikings from Norway followed soon afterward and began to arrive in large numbers. The first settler identifiable ...
... have been so nice and friendly. Several of them have come up and asked if we needed help or directions. Almost everyone we have met speaks fluent English. We have two days at sea before getting to Reykjavik, Iceland. We like that the tiring, port intensive portion of the trip was at the beginning and now we have a chance to kick back and ...