Rica Hotel Sandnessjoen
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... good to relax.
Before dinner, during happy hour, the daily wrap-up is followed by presentations from five of our experts on among other things, landscape photography and the three extra vowels in the Norwegian alphabet and--an excellent dinner of salmon tartare, monkfish with Bearnaise sauce and something chocolate and gooey. According to the scale in the gym, I have gained two kilos since ...
... as we head south. Massive countries to drive. The trip is pleasant as the countryside is magnificent, hour after hour of mountains and fjords, you do not get tired of looking at it.
There was a sighting of a moose..... Our tour director tells us that they skittish animals and difficult to spot but given the weather conditions and bare trees we are likely to see some. So everyone on the bus assumes the meerkat position and stares out the windows on ...
... them norway, meanwhile in norway a couple of revolutionary wanted independence and wrote the constitution - which incidentally said that no Jews were allowed in norway. This is something norway was ashamed of and it was changed in about 1851. there was a bit of argh baggy with sweden who ruled for a while from Stockholm so didn't really get involved in the country and norway finally got its independence. Since then the constitution has not really been changed and only added the ...
... Turn right at next roundabout" then next to the arrow is the figure saying 268km!!!!! I ask myself "is it really 268km till my next turning?"!!By the time I reached the town of Steinkjer the rain had given up and as this is a large railway town I decided to stop and have a coffee just above the river and right next to a grand old railway bridge. I had only done 80 miles or so but at the slow speeds in Norway that is a long drag.Of course yesterday I was moaning after such a ...
Had two Astronomy talks today first on on Sir Patrick Moore, very interesting and the second one was a round up of the weeks aurora photos. This included was what John Mason (our astronomer) thought to be the first aurora photos shot from the top deck of a ship in a force 8 gale. The stars were needless to say not points!