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... of their Wi-Fi to see if she might be connected. She walked up when the Wi-Fi rejected my request and told me to bug off. We had quite a bit in common and a few minor differences. The entire time I stayed with her she kept looking for things to do. The first things she listed off were the museums. I was a little worried she was going to make me go through all the museums with her. We ended ...
Up early for a cycle. We had planned to find a fjord / inlet near Allingåbro but thanks to our ****** mappy, we went to Gammel Estrup and back, via the Auning town / village centre (a couple of times as we kept missing the tiny, deserted centre!) We were happy with our 7 miler, especially as it included a hill, and just fancied a quick coffee and maybe a breakfast bite. We found one café and, just as in Skagen and elsewhere, it didn't open ...
... the wind the way it was, all we required was the genoa and this drove us at speeds of 6 knots + in the fresh, frigid air. It was cloudy but in rare occasions we glimpsed the sun and it was then that we realised just what a huge difference having a bit of sun on you makes to your sense of well-being (and warmth, of course!).
Sometime later, the wind dropped to a F4 for a while so I made use of the mainsail as well – and of course the ...
... was to see more family from Adrian's mums side. A quick run down of the family we visited includes:
Michelle & Anders (Alfred 7, Lili 5 & Lea 5 months)
John (Reike 16 yrs)
Jack & Theresa (Wilma 1 year)
Michelle, Boy and Jack are the children of Goi, Adrian's mums (Pat) sister, who sadly passed away from cancer in December 2012.
We stayed with Michelle, Anders & kids and it was SO wonderful. I must admit it was ...
Today we had a bit of a sleep in before Ida came and met us at Anne's apartment. We decided to go to the Bazar, a marketplace in Aarhus which is mostly with Middle-Eastern people, food, clothes and decorations.
Anne and Ida said that when we walk in, it will feel like we're in a new country, and they were definitely right. I felt like I had stepped into Turkey as we walked in, with the sparkly ...