Ravakra Bed & Breakfast

Address: Vallby 3850, Hammenhog, Skåne, 27656, Sweden | B&B
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This B&B is located on Vallby 3850, Hammenhog.
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Travel Blogs from Hammenhog

A day to remember

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 25, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... to west weather and should only be approached with extreme care in these conditions’. Our normal routine is to furl the genoa and then turn the boat 100% into the wind in order to furl our main and it is now that we start the engine ie when we’ve furled one sail and are beginning to turn to windward, the engine is used to keep us at this angle whilst we furl the main. And that’s when life suddenly became more challenging.

The engine ...

An Interesting Sail to Bornholm

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 05, 2012

7 photos

... system (Automatic Identification System) which I have referred to previously. Now, ships can see us and we can tell, by clicking on the icons on the screen, their speed, direction and the time that they will be at their closest to us, if we maintained our mutual courses. It is so useful, it really is. An example from yesterday was that the 10,000 tonne ’Baltic Wind’ called us to ask whether we were tacking any time soon and when I replied in the negative, he told me he ...

Second Glass

A travel blog entry by yearoftheshorts on May 09, 2010

... is awake and buzzing and bored as hell, faced with the problem of wanting to do something but unable to leave the house. Bikes are gone, car is nearly out OF fueal, horses aren’t ridden at night and like hell if Maria is walking anywhere. No way out, nowhere to go.

We try to fill the time working on Maria’s CD cover, the only problem with this is Maria can only give direction for so long, then wait for me to catch up or come up with other options ...

The First Last Day and the Road

A travel blog entry by yearoftheshorts on Apr 04, 2010

14 photos

... them With what I hope are a few spare minutes I check out the graveyard next door, the gardener just finishing with his things and hanging them near the gate. I don’t remember these being in Melbourne, but the graveyard tool shed hangs ina collection of hooks by the front gate – shovel, watering can, et al

Onto the bus and the mother/father and son couple that got on when I came here make eye contact as I leave, no smile, merely a sign of recognition. I draw ...

Kiwi Fruit Tongues and Screaming Spells

A travel blog entry by yearoftheshorts on Apr 03, 2010

5 photos

... she’s pretty switched on for a ten-year-old. After filling my over waffled belly with all manner of fish and fish varieties Lena the brave has graciously donated her coffee machine overnight. Having lived off it’s wondrous wares I wonder how I will survive again, and cannot understand how Lena can part with it, but do not complain as we make coffees for everyone. They close the door to keep the heat in, and neither Alex nor I think of joining them. Instead we’re in ...