We (the ferry) docked in the port, this is a little way outside of the City of Umea.
But as we aimed to go to a campsite near a place called Röböck about 15 km south of Umea this was not a problem, at first. We arrived at Röböck and try as we may we could find no campsite. What to do?, We returned to Umea as we knew there was a one there, we arrived and sure enough there was a large campsite, with all mod-cons (though useless Wi-Fi).
Not far away was a shopping precinct with an IKEA, well what better place to pop in for a spot of late breakfast, so in we jolly well popped, they had a brunch on, well that was very nice we had an excellent meal and then went to the campsite.
The weather was not being friendly to us; in fact it rained most of the time, thank goodness for the TV, we popped into the restaurant for a cup of coffee and then back to the camper.
Next morning up bright and early and off on the E4, in the direction of our next planned watering hole near Ramvik, this was just a short journey from the E4, but on a secluded bay of the Baltic Sea.
It was a busy little site with, but as we have become used to on this trip, the facilities were immaculate. The chap on the bike showed us to our pitch, he even told us which way to place our camper so that we would get the best Sat reception. This was a very nice uncomplicated site on the shore of the inlet.
Next morning up and off, this was to be a longer trip, but as it was nearly all motorways it was no real problem. We passed through a few largish and at about lunchtime while passing through Hudisvall, we spotted a sign for Lidl, we though we may as well do some shopping as we were stopping at the next site for 2 nights and there was no shops in the near. We also stopped at an IKEA for lunch, very nice fish and chips (alas no vinegar).