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... trip here!
Watched newly formed flocks of ducks wheeling and dealing as to who should be the leader for the trip south.
Dinner at the local pub/ restaurant. Paul, always braver than me, had the soused herring. From his comments, grin and empty plate, gather it was excellent. I, very happily, polished off a large bowl of pumpkin ginger curry soup.
[NOTE: The next several entries will have no photos, as our camera was stolen before the photos were uoloaded.]
... to seeing dead ones on the road.
Timed our scenic drive to perfection. Light rain falling as we walked out into town for dinner. Once we'd had enough of the rain, had dinner. Paul chose what translated to the local spicy seafood hotpot, and, not surprisingly, loved it. I carefully chose the salmon, which was cooked to absolute perfection.
Drove to Duisburg today. Sat down at a lake, walked around and climbed a tower to see the view. Played on a playground until it was time to pick up oma and aunty Gerlinde. When we met them we drove on to Rheinberg 20km further where Gerlinde lives here we had a small celebration with the rest of the ...
... But this is common in Europe.. Unfortunately the three of us just couldn't do it, swimmers it was! After a good couple of hours, marc, Julien, Paul and I rode into the second village on the island to visit this church with a nice poem on the wall. We all had photos with the piece which I will include later on. We then rode back to the harbour, packed the tent, collected our things, returned the bikes and hopped on the ferry back ...
... cute thatched roof cottages, a couple of shops, a nice beach and some hilarious inhabitants whom we were to meet over the course of the next few days. It's lovely to cycle around the place, it's fairly flat, is so picturesque and the weather was warm, sunny and for the most part without a cloud in the sky. I realise that being August, this type of idyllic landscape is short lived. Apparently in Hiddensee temperatures reach below minus 20 and the sea freezes over. It's a long ...