Utstein Kloster Hotell
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... with an American émigré), and the cathedral was, no surprise, closed. Le sigh.
The yarn saved the day.
The oil museum was kind of interesting.
But yeah. Fjord cruise - different type of fjord, view of pulpit rock. And yarn. If I was the type to give star ratings, it might get two out of five.
YARN REPORT: We didn't ...
... us at the tail end of the queue getting off.
So the last 45 kms was a snail crawl at times with all the slowbies holding up traffic to get to the last ferry at Tau - just made it.
This was the longest ferry trip into down town Stavager, through the outer fjord area, or the land side of the inner harbour - a bit like the Hauraki Gulf with lots of islands.
All of the drive was on smooth tarmac, but if you don't like ...
... at around 13:00, and of course we could see the well- defined edge and even, a bit of a view but in truth, very little. We had enjoyed the hike and we certainly got a distinct impression of the vertiginous fall below us (600 metres I believe) but it was only a tiny percentage of what we could have seen had the weather cleared, at all. We had originally thought to stay up there for an hour or two in the hope of some improvement but we were all damp due to a combination ...
Another early start, not because of any trepidation or noise or anything, it's just becoming a habit to wake up early. Consequently we were on our way by 05:30, motoring along the now flattish coast into a very light northerly breeze. It was quite a dull day and not too warm. Taking turn and turn about as per usual, we worked our way up the coast and during our respective hours off, had nice hot showers thanks to the calorifier, which basically is a ...
... in a long sleeve shirt and jeans.
After taking our time soaking in the view from the top, we began the descent, not wanting to do it in the dark. Heading down was a bit ********* the ankles, having to deal with uneven stones and slippery rocks, but we made it with out any major accidents. Just near the end Hannah did slip and fall on a wood bridge, but luckily slid into the fall, to absorb some of the landing. I slid ...