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... for guests only. We could have had lunch there -they weren't to know that we'd made our own!
We then walked back along the road, and had a very steep climb back up to the campsite. I think we missed the right track somehow! Back to camp, and we decided to move our tent into a bit of shade as it was quite hot. Had an afternoon snooze, and then cooked dinner and caught up on the blog and emails etc. Overall a nice day in lovely surrounds!
... opened about 20 minutes
after arrival, this of course turned out to be more like 35 minutes and after
standing at the bottom of a stairway all this time in my bike gear I was covered
Finally bike loaded and satnav set-up I departed the docks and within
seconds I was in a massive queue of traffic!!!
This traffic crept along and headed into a long tunnel under the city. I
could easily sneak passed the standing cars but watching ...
... on a pleasant walk through a park I saw a gentleman who was completely naked. I know the Swedes have a reputation for open sexuality but this still took me by surprise. He stood talking to three girls having a picnic, with his hands on his hips and looking as though he was enjoying the sunshine. He looked a young arty type (although how I came to that conclusion when he was naked I am unsure) and everyone seemed to be acting as though this ...
... together for cocktails at 7 and that was followed by a fantastic dinner -- smoked trout, roasted reindeer, and ice cream with teeny squares of gingerbread and a apple cider sauce. The young couple who have contracted to run the hotel for 3 years produce pear and apple cider. Hey were heading to Bergen to participate in the Bergen Food Festival. Once the ferry stopped running at 11 pm we settled into a deep sleep thanks to the cool air coming off the ...
On the first day of arriving in Norway, a Norwegian man with wise eyes and windswept salt and pepper hair leaned in towards me and said, 'The winter is coming, we can not change that' I immediately thought I had landed on the set of 'the Game of Thrones', it was all I could do to stop myself from rushing back to the camper-van to sharpen my axe in readiness. But Noway is really like a set from ...