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... enough to have any awkward encounters...
We met our final friendly camper who we chatted to as we prepared dinner. She gave us matches, a beer and some sugared doughballs which was very generous of her. I didn't catch her name but many thanks to her!
We had ravioli tonight which was delicious and went well with our soup/beer/lemonade drink combo. For pudding we had the doughballs and the usual supply of chocolate. One of the things ...
... the day pretty miserable. We got to Meldorf at 11:30am which meant we had averaged a measly 17kph. A short hot chocolate break revitalised us and we headed West for the coast (after spending 10 minutes "exploring" the backstreets of Meldorf). Little did we know the wind had picked up. We cycled straight into a furious headwind for 5km and it felt like it took an hour. We had to slipstream eachother and rotate every couple of minutes to make any sort of progress. By the time ...
... map and then headed off to the Viking Centre a few hundred metres away. The Museum of the Viking era and the Middle Ages contains thousands of artefacts found during recent archaeological excavations in Ribe. The displays let you travel from the year 700 to the year 1700 and right through Ribe's dramatic history. The displays were great, amazing artefacts and reconstructions that took visitors back to the marketplace in the year 800 on a sunny April day where we ...
... the wheel and ramp of his MH ( and his feet!) right in front of me!!
We decided at that point that we would move on early the next morning.
We found free flat parking in Ribe and spent a lovely ...
... 1913. The results are amazing. The painting is quite naive in style but suits the style of the church.
After visiting the cathedral we went for a wander around the attractive town.
We then moved on further into Denmark to the historic town of Ribe