Friday, July 27, 2007

Monday Sightseeing with the Captain and her lover (husband)

From Day to Night - with Captain and Mister Lifecruisers
(this is retro-blogging - starting with the end - and ending with the beginning)

Have you ever seen the rain? Have you ever been on a real life cruising with Mrs and Mr Lifecruisers? In heavy wind. With unlimited food and wine. With jokes and seriousity?And fans of outdoor life? This is only some impressions from a rainy Monday. Butt, it was a heavenly tour around the Island of Fåröe.

Well, you might have seen some moments on my last post. When we paddeled in the green. Monday we did use some other remedies. Fresh weather so to speak. Enjoy our day.

Monday was a grey day, so to speak. Then Nature opens for different observations. And, believe it or not - more talking when walking around this wonder of the nature.

Mr Lifecruiser, he is a wonderfulful personality and the best guide and chauffeur you can have at Farö.

As we say here in the North - It's no bad weather - it's only bad clothing. But we know how it is - and are well prepared. As you can see here: Anna did buy something suited for this Summer.
So - here we go - with Mrs and Mr Lifecruisers bringing along the Northern part of Fårö - famous a.o from the Ingemar Bergman movie "The Shame". Some photos from the very unique nature, old fisherhuts, etc

OMG - suddenly - strong Wind and heavy rainfall- we sat indoors and watched the nature outside. It was fascinating - and romantic
Some food - Fish and Chips

At Fårö it's more than nature to see. Look at this. A restaurant with cars and everything you can imagine f¨rom the 1950'ies - even a juke-box with old records. Fabulous place.

And with friends

Have you ever seen a more charming smile?

And of course we had to memorize- when served mr Lifecruisers speciality - Caviar + + a secret of course. (butt heavenly good)

It's wonderful to be in love - and this was only the first good night kiss. (I suspect - *giggles*)
More to come

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Blogger Fleur de Lisa said...

A wonderful time is being had by all, judging by your wonderful photos and story, Tor.

I love your Northern saying about bad weather. It is so true. I am finding that this week as I forgot my extra jacket and raincoat at home. Silly me!

July 27, 2007 5:27 am  
Anonymous said...

Tor! What a fabulous time you had with Ana and Mrs and Mr lifecruiser in Farö! I propose a price in the lifecruiser tour for one of the best and warmer ( I don't speak about weather!) meeting! After the virtuel comes the reality! Clap! Clap! Clap! Bravo! Bravo!

July 27, 2007 6:17 am  
Anonymous Sword Girl said...

awww, loving the coziness of the weather and all the lovingness! the rocks are such a miracle! is the cavier in a cream cheese? you all look VERY happy! :)

July 27, 2007 6:45 am  
Blogger Puss-in-Boots said...

Woohoo! What did that kiss lead to, hmmm?

I think Mrs Lifecruiser has a wonderful smile and you all look as if you're really enjoying yourselves, regardless of the weather.

Thanks for the photos of Faro Island, it looks a picturesque place.

July 27, 2007 10:17 am  
Anonymous chase said...

Oh my! Lovely photos and that fish and chips look fabulous! I miss eating those!

July 27, 2007 11:49 am  
Anonymous RennyBA said...

No doubt Mrs. and Mr. Lifecruisers are the best guides and chauffeur and what a lovely tour around at Farö you've had! Again you know I would have loved to be there with you - so hopefully next year!

The 1950s restaurants sounds wonderful and so did the treat you got!

And this was only the first one - so I'll stay tuned then 'giggles*

July 27, 2007 5:23 pm  
Anonymous captain lifecruiser said...

There was a lot of warmth indeed. And not only from us all. I remember a certain whisky down by the fishing cottage too.... *giggles*

...candle lights.

I only say this: Cheers :-)

July 27, 2007 6:15 pm  
Blogger Expat Traveler said...

Any time is a great time with friends! Looks like so much fun!

July 29, 2007 5:38 pm  

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