Hotell Hehrne Kok & Konferens
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This begins the many weekly updates for my upcoming year.
After a full 25 hours of traveling I
finally stepped foot onto Sweden. So green, open, and clean it was overwhelming knowing I would get to spend the next 11 months living here. I met my host family outside of the baggage claim with warm faces and hugs; I already started to feel welcome. After my first Swedish dinner of Hamburgers (they didn't want to scare me ...
... and I feel a bit embarrassed and quite humbled by the hospitality of everyone.
Thank you all so much!
We spent an amazing couple of days in Oslo with Karianne and Tormod, and of course little V, and they were just fantastic hosts, ferrying us around the place, and taking us to restaurants, so we feel quite overwhelmed.
Had a fun night last night when we met-up with their office crew for Friday night drinks and dinner, and we got to meet and chat with ...
Yeap, so today I did my last day of work, before heading out to Canada, felt kind of bittersweet.. Been looking forward to this day for a while, but saying goodbye to everyone made me realize how much I actually enjoyed working there! Anyways, I'm off to bed now, going into town tomorrow and say good bye to the grand parents. Lets hope I can actually get some sleep these last days.. I doubt it though ...
We bade our farewells to Jake & Judy Backus and were off at 10:00 and sailing within a couple of minutes of exiting the harbour at Henån. It had been a really pleasant bonus to meet the Backus', they were good company and we hope that our paths may cross again at some future date. Of course, they may feel exactly the opposite and do all that they can to avoid us!
It was a breezy day, blowing at F6 from the SSW but the direction of the channel between Orust ...
... 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 ...