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... Tåsinge. As a result of all of this shallow water, getting south and into deep water between Denmark and Germany is not straightforward. Initially we had to follow a buoyed channel which took us down to Strynø and then for four or five miles we had open, albeit not deep (5-6metres) water to sail in before entering another buoyed channel down towards Ærø and one of its main harbours, Marstal. We remembered doing this last in 2013 and we ...
... effectively, zero. By 11:45 we were on plan (b) which was to try the western side, as the wind was now blowing again but we could only sail towards the western shore but that was OK. Then the wind dropped again so we thought of calling in on a harbour towards the top of the island, called Lohals but then it picked up again and we thought to go a bit further to Dageløkke and then it picked up again we thought, Rudkøbing and then it ...
... our S train to the cruise ship terminal of Nordhavn. There we had our first glitch. We'd been told it was a 10 minute walk to the ships but after starting on our walk, we discovered the terminal had been moved 2.7km North, not a 10 minute walk! Waiting at a bus stop, a Hop-On bus labeled Cruise Terminal, picked us up and had us to the ship in a few minutes. A generous tip and s smile was payment enough. ...
... but we never ran into them. We ate lunch at the top of a cliff that had been created by clay layers sliding off into the sea when they got waterlogged. Picnic tables were provided and locals were using them when we arrived. Clearly a favoured picnic spot. Cycling on, we searched for a Viking Barrow that was in the middle of a farmer's field. The barrows were their burial sites and were formed by placing many large ...
This day of travel from Copenhagen to the island of Aeros was a breeze. Catching the train on the right track, getting into the right train car and finding our reserved seats went smoothly. So did the change to the commuter train in Odense and on to the ferry in Svendborg. We'd been warned about the tight connections, particularly in Svendborg, but Rick Steves directions were crystal clear. The sunny ...