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... with Ase's creamy basil gravy and an amazing sauce (that looked just like thin tree sap, the most lovely colour) made from new pine tree shoots, simmered and reduced down for a long time. This food is normally only eaten at Christmas so I felt very privileged to be welcomed this way with Peder's parents making such an effort. Viviana arrived from a busy day at work, so good to see her too of course.
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... the E39 for the Buen/ info centre at Mandal We could park here for 24hrs for 100 NOK ( about £8.50) inc electricity.
We went into the TO in the Buen centre, but they could not help us book tickets. They advised that we use a computer in the ...
About 15 miles to the west of us here in Mandal there is a notorious headland called Lindesnes where being in a small boat, no matter how seaworthy, is not recommended when the winds are gale force. When those winds are blowing from the northwest ie straight down the coast, any forward progress would be nigh on impossible. As if Lindesnes wasn't enough, then 20 miles further to the northwest, off a town called Lista, the seas can be even worse. All ...
As we needed to get to our Volvo Penta dealership and maintenance centre, a company called Båt Og Motor by 07:30, we didn't hang around and we were off and away by 06:45 and arrived by 07:25, just in time. It was a sizeable business with large premises and if size is any measure of quality, we felt assured that we would have a good job done and indeed, the very efficient and charming Odd (not an unusual name in Norway, apparently) was ...
... between their legs to try and buy it. No dice and the rest is history.
Did you know the name Google was invented by a nine year old nephew of one of the developers? Originally it was spelt Googol but on the contracts there was a spelling mistake; Google was the spelling error and because it was so successful there were afraid to change it so the new name stuck. How about the acronym Yahoo itself? It stands for ...