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- Continental Breakfast
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... less than 100m away, how good was that? During the rest of the day we took advantage of both, we stocked up for the next few days and I barbecued some chicken legs. As always, people were friendly and we chatted to many individuals, including a Swede who was now Australian but who spends his summers sailing here and a German in a Beneteau First who recommended Helgoland as an interesting island to visit. That has been filed away for a future ...
... 00, I was very pleased. We no longer need fear the dreaded time when we can’t access electricity when we’re in harbour for want of a long enough cable – toast is guaranteed!
We enjoyed the late afternoon and evening in the balmy conditions and by close of play, were looking forward to tomorrow’s adventure, a short hop to the west to the town of Hals, at the eastern entrance to this, most interesting piece of water, the ...
... boat for the Southern Hemisphere winter on the western coast of Patagonia, ie the Chilean side. Intrepid people.
We carried on chatting for an hour or so and at about 23:00, our re-acquainted friends bade their farewells, they are off to Hals in the morning, the harbour at the eastern entrance to the Limfjord. As they were leaving we noted something extremely unusual, unique even, it was actually quite warm! It felt like a summer’s evening, at ...
... sandwiches (smorrebrod) on rye bread. Particularly served with a seafood topping. I can eat those. It is also a big university town with 20% of residents being students. Today was obviously the start of a university break as a large truck of very loud students dressed as sailors, swigging beers and singing were riding around the streets. While in Sweden we saw a similar end of year celebration. It was harmless fun which appears ...
A beautiful morning, blue skies and warm. We had to arrive 2.5 hrs before our 11.30 sailing and drove into the port at 8.45 to be greeted by what looked like a shambles. Mhomes, cars, mbikes, were shuffled off to a sand parking lot which vehicles facing all directions. Gradually we were filtered out towards another queue at checkin. Here we learnt that passengers have to leave the vehicles prior to embarkation ...