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We've arrived in Denmark and making our way across to Copenhagen. At least we're back to driving in kilometres and driving on the right side of the road for a left hand drive car. I can relax now that I'm no longer in the target seat. (Imagine you're in the driver seat, facing on coming traffic, but the steering wheel and foot pedals are on the other side of the car......well I've been in that position for most of the last two months)
Train from Colchester to Harwich and than a ferry from Harwich to Esbjerg. I totally reccomened the ferry from harwich to esbjerg as a great way to travel. Lovely cabins with very comfy beds and good ensuite. I slept for about 12 of the18 hours on ...
Having given ourselves plenty of time to get to Harwich for a night crossing to Esbjerg, we were all far too excited and jumped in the van early to start the adventure. Given our early start we had time to stop for a leisurely lunch in a Tesco car park (classy!) near Chelmsford, and a quick pint with Murray at the Six Bells in Boreham. Was great to catch up, soak up some rays and give the boys time ...
Our first destination for the day was the Ribe Viking Center. Along the way we saw more thatched roof houses (not uncommon), windmills (many) and an interesting country church. The Ribe Viking Centre is a reconstruction of a Viking town. The Vikings were both agrarian as well as plunderers and pillagers. They would spend part of the year living in villages and the balance at sea visiting other areas and countries to gather what ...
... as Iit is in all Scandinavian countries and we are honoured to have been invited along. Local politician makes a speech followed by a type of BBQ where you wrap dough around a stick and slowly cook it over the coals of the fire (not the bonfire). A couple of beers of course to wash it all down and we take the short walk home. Tomorrow is an early start, Karsten will take us to the railway station for our journey onwards, south to Hamburg Germany a two and a half hour trip. Till next time - God Nat! Garry and ...