Arendal Maritime Hotel
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We've spent the last couple of nights in Arendal, an old shipbuilding town which was established in the 16th century and more recently, occupied by the Germans during the 2nd world war. The little cottage we stayed in is like a granny flat on the lower level of the main house.
A funny thing about these Scandinavian homes is the placement of table lamps ...
Fevik - SSE of Norway's coast.
We had a lovely day running across the bottom of Norway's rugged coastline after leaving Flekkafjord where we spent an evening.
Per and Ragnhild wanted to stay at the local hotel and asked ...
... off on the final stretch to Birkeland, my back wheel decided that enough was enough and my second spoke of the trip broke. This time there was no saving the back wheel and we walked back grudgingly to Kristainsand to get it changed. As we sat by the bike shop waiting for the repairs to take place, a Born Again Christian began talking to us. ...
... to speed, I missed my check in for my flight to Oslo by 5mins… it was quite demoralising to say the least, even more so when I found out the next flight was in 3hrs and would cost $400 or I had to stay overnight and get a $250 flight in the morning.
After speaking to the girls I told them I would be coming a little later due to the stuff up with flights and they helped me in sorting out the new bus I needed to catch from Oslo to Arendal once ...
We spent the last day of the trip in small, sleepy and charming Lillesand. Small, white-painted houses, the smell of sea, and fantastic weather made this day great. A quick swim in the sea made the day dream like. You'll find places like Lillesand all along the ...