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... but once you add Greenland & Ferra Islands (which are part of Denmark) it becomes one of the largest nations with the smallest population. Lots of windmills / wind turbines producing sustainable energy dot the landscape in a similar way to Germany. There are more motorways in Denmark and while the Nowegians love building tunnels the Danes love building bridges. They have even built a bridge to Sweden and apparently ...
... grabbed a couple of bags and headed off to the foot passenger building. There must be a couple of hundred motorhomes of all shapes and sizes from big luxurious models to custom build off-road expedition models. Seen four UK motorhomes. There is a buzz of excitement in the air. It seemed to take a long time to load and we were an hour late departing. A smoothish trip today but what to do. Read and wander round the ...
160 miles brings us to Hirtshals in northern Jutland. As we drove north there was less and less traffic and the population centres are small. Some large lorries making their ways to the ferries for Iceland and Norway. Driving around plenty of motorhomes around waiting for the Iceland ferry. Our campsite is about a mile from a long beach. You can drive on the beach but there are hardly any vehicles and I could not see either end of ...
We awoke to another stunning sunny day and after a quick breakfast, packed and set off for a visit to the beach resort of Saltum and Blokhus. After booking into a very nice campsite we headed off for the beach on our bikes. The area lies in a huge bay that is considered to be the most popular beach in Denmark. When we arrived there it was easy to see why it was so popular. The beach had Blue Flag status, the beach was wide and ...
... we anticipated 0-4 metres/second ie 0 – 8 knots and we had 12-14 knots a great deal of the time. However, the wind was blowing from the SSE so we could sail and did so, in bright sunshine and flat seas, all the way to Hirtshals, switching off the engine which we used to enter the harbour at 15:30, bows into the pontoon and fastened at the stern with a line through a single buoy.
The harbourmaster here is a ...