Travel Blogs from Svendborg
... gear on you. Ta-da! :-)
When you come aboard the air plane you can place the photo-gear in the carry-on case.
This is not strictly cheating as it is allowed and even described in the airlines own rules. The camera around ones neck is equal to a lady's handbag witch both is allowed in addition to the carry-on case.
The trip is saved! :-)
Finally am I going on holiday in Japan!
I've been planning to go on holiday in Japan for several years but had not been able to do so but this year I'm all set.
27 days in Japan where the first 9 days is a guided tour an the rest of the time I'm travelling on my own.
The purpose of this trip, ...
... perception of any movement at all. And the Brilliance is very quite, with no vibrations like on some other ships. She was built at a shipyard in northern Germany, so it must be that German engineering!
Tomorrow, after we've sailed around the top of Denmark, we will enter the North Sea and the captain said to expect swells of around four metres in the morning, so we'll no doubt finally feel some movement on our last day at ...
... is the main city here) and the island of Zealand where Copenhagen lies on the eastern edge. The Great Belt Bridge as it is described commonly refers to the suspension bridge but at times is used to describe the complete bridge. The suspension bridge has the world's third longest span of 1.6 kilometres and the whole experience is ...
... into climb the rigging on the main mast in the kid's play area for a live action photo, so no visit to the emerg3ency room today!
Back to Soby for a home cooked meal at the apartment. When you are traveling like this, a home cooked meal is a treat. Pork medallions, new potatoes and broccoli never tasted so good.
Tomorrow we get back on the ferry to Svendborg and travel back to Copenhagen, or, Kobnhavn in local parlance. ...