First Hotel Aalborg
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... especially the East Coast of Tasmania. We enjoyed our lunch by the beach and flying our kite-a good-bye gift from Darren's work(such an ingenious gift!!). Tuesday night we camped in another basic campground within the National Park of Thy. I felt an incredible sense of peace-I was unwashed with greying temples and faded hair colour, but surrounded by my little family and beautiful nature-I was deeply thankful for having the opportunity to visit such wonderful ...
Left the site at 9 ish after 10 hours much needed sleep. Woke up to glorious sunshine. Again there is a a lot of motorway travelling, but as they were German 'autobahns' with NO speed limits, Steve decided to take full advantage. He got up to 110mph before I made him slow down! It's really odd not having to keep your eye on the speed limit. And a bonus, the eyelashes ...
A few miles on and I pull over into a lay-by and put on my gloves and off I
head. Of course right away I realise once again I forgot to put in my ear plugs
and so another stop is required.
The journey to Amsterdam is just under 1000km which is about 600 miles.
When I set up my satnav I simply could not believe it was still so far to
I decided I would head for the town of Aalborg and find a hotel somewhere
in that area.
... from the coast and this is what we did. Outside Hals there is an extensive area of shallow water and sand bars and it is in the lagoon that is protected by the sand bars that the anchorage is situated and we dropped the anchor in 2.5 metres at 16:00. Over to the distance, a military helicopter was on exercise, picking personnel up from a liferaft and for the first 20 minutes or so it was quite a noisy place to ...
... a horrid smell assailed our senses and we noticed a jetting wagon had pulled up in the street and was jetting out the sewer, thus creating the stink. Of all the places it could have gone in Aalborg, it had to come near us! Thankfully it didn’t stay too long and we weren’t sorry to see it go.
Once we’d posted the cards we had another look around this pretty little ...