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... automatically drift off into Norwegian, and then turn to me for a comment a few minutes later, expecting me to have understood the whole thing, while I sit there looking blank, having also drifted off into fairy-land...
No wonder they keep saying "slack-****"....
I guess that one day I will actually learn the language.
Not much else happening, so I'll try to add some more Oslo photos in the morning on Aslaug's wifi, before we depart.
... a sail as we had initially, but fun all the same. Later on, it was pretty much 100% in our face so we gave up and reverted to the engine. Getting fed up with flogging our way against 22 knots of wind, we started looking for a harbour or anchorage and opted for one, very close to yet another bridge, but this one, even higher, joins Orust’s southerly neighbouring island, Tjörn with the mainland. This harbour is called Almösund and here we found an ...
... people in. Disappointed and hungry, we thought we’d try a Swedish traditional meal back on board, called ‘ Pytt I panna’ (potato, ham, onion etc in small cubes, fried then frozen and re-heated in a frying pan and served with a fried egg. Better than it sounds, just.
Later, we were disturbed by two very large Princess power boats or something similar, one of which was too large to fit – I would guess the value as >£2 million. Norwegian, of ...
... I’d only brushed against one clump of grass that I recall!
De-ticked, we headed back to the boat and had lunch and then, in time honoured tradition, lazed around and read our respective books in the lovely, hot sun. So hot in fact that we were driven to swim, twice. By now the temperature is registering 23°C on the Log, quite comfortable for swimming but cool enough to be bracing when you first go in.
At 18:00 we were joined by the Jake & Judy. It was nice to ...
... that in July, the factory is closed! Ah well, at least we got to see a couple of new ones floating, two 56 footers and a huge 64 footer, with a price tag of well north of a million pounds. In fact, curiosity drove me to look for prices and it was € 1,985,000 and that was for the basic boat with no electronics!!
Here is the URL on the boat if you're interested