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... come in and the windsurfers had arrived. Lib had a great time playing in the waves that had built up although sometimes it did look a little more like the waves playing with her. We stayed at the beach car park that night which was very quiet - apart from the howling gale. There was nobody about the next morning (Monday) but it was sunny and windy, and knowing weed wasn't a problem here we went out again. Oh dear, huge upset, the weed was back! Really gutted as ...
Not the brightest or best day to go canaling (canalling?), but we set off anyway. The tour was informative: the canal is actually the moat from the old fortifications; Gothenburg shipbuilding was the biggest in Scandinavia, but now no longer exists because of the shipbuilding crisis in the 70's (not something we were familiar with); one of the canal bridges was so low we had to get off our seats ...
... highlightes), but still 2 simple words can make me tremble. These are - AMUSEMENT PARK, which Liseberg literally is. Thanks to Erik's sister Linnea who had worked there we had about 50 free tickets, so that our fun was limitless. Some interesting facts I would like to stress on talking about Liseberg. The bad holding system is super awesome. Created by 3 Estonians and a Swedish guy your bags are wisely stored in special boxes while you are riding a rollercoaster ...
... on a pole and locked in place with 2 ropes to raise & lower the pole, both fastened, so the pole was horizontal and locked. The main was on the other side, equally locked with a preventer (a rope to stop the sail swinging in a scything arc across the boat if you, or the wind, suddenly change direction). Once the sails are set in this position, it’s a nice comfortable way to sail, not much can go wrong and any ...
... for how close they get to one another. If it were American’s on these paths, all it would take would be one slight indecision on the part of a typical American on which way they wanted to go and down everyone would go like a stack of dominos. My hats are off to you Danes, it was truly amazing to see how spatially aware you all are of each other. The only other place I witnessed anything like it was in Amsterdam. All the bike riders probably ...