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... albeit we had expected this, until the 10:00 opening of the road bridge. We were not alone, indeed by the time the road bridge opened, the rail bridge had allowed another few boats through, so that a little fleet were on their way eastwards at 10:01 after the bridge opened.
Initially we all were under engine but as the wind picked up and the direction of travel became more favourable, we all, more or less, started sailing. Whilst we were ...
... compensate and distract from the noise and bustle. I do believe that Scandinavian girls have the longest, brownest legs on this planet! Anyway, we finally found the tourist office and as always, were met by very helpful staff and they provided us with some excellent guides to help us plan our day.
Our first priority was to visit the ancient burial ground at Lindholm Høje, a site a few miles to the north of Ålborg and reachable by the 2c ...
... it in Liepāja in Latvia on June 16th 2011, an Overseas 40. We’d met them a few more times that summer and their names are Harry Franklin and his wife Siw (w as in ‘Victor’) Söderberg and their boat is called Ellen of Lysekil. They are a lovely, friendly couple and we were ashamed not to remember them quicker but such is age.. Anyway, they were all on board in a trice and with drinks served, we learned of this ...
Up early to head south to the port at Kristiansand to catch the ferry to Denmark. We have a 150 kms trip with the first 70km being along shores of Lake Nisser.The sun is shining and predicted top is 25 degrees. Perfect day. There was hardly a car on the road as we followed firstly the lake and then a beautiful river along the gently winding road to the port. It is still very hilly in the south of Norway but the huge mountain ...
... that the whole world can understand Danish and so make 90% of their information boards in their local language.
After a short drive we arrived in Aalborg and having learned from our parking in Skagen we found some free parking on the outskirts of the city center before riding into the city on our bikes. The city is very old with some buildings dating back to the 1700's. We spent a bit of time just drifting around and taking in the atmosphere before ...