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... Islands accessed by ferry and now UNESCO rated and protected.When the tide is out some can be accessed by a mud flat walk (about 6 kms) led by a nature park guide.Seals are seen sunbathing on the sand banks.These small island resorts are quite different to Australian coastal resorts.In places the foreshore sand is leased to companies hiring cane/canvas beach chairs called "Strandkorb"which seat 2 people.There are many little beach cafes selling ...
... put in a small field at the bottom of the site, past lots of static
caravans decorated with orange flags, the Dutch football colours.
Had a welcome cuppa and as more teams arrived, they congregated
around our tent. John had a call from Steve/Bob/Boycey who was on his way back
to Calais for a wedding at home. His throttle was stuck open & to make
matters worse, he couldn't open his bonnet. Oh dear. After numerous ...
... saw our car as we drove around, they waved at us.
We had a Polar Feast, with a visit to Polaria and to the Polar Museum. As you walk around Tromso, you will see statues of Roald Amundsen everywhere, and another thing we discovered – he just couldn’t keep still! He was involved in expeditions to the North Pole (not successful), to find the North-West Passage and the North-East Passage, and to find the South Pole (successful). ...
... area also had some connection with the military-perhaps for all terrain training exercises. The fact that the cycle path ran right through the area, we figured that we could get away with finding a little posi for our tent overnight. We found a discreet spot and set up for the night then set off as early as we could in the morning!
The next day we had the wind behind us which was glorious & we sailed along through many small villages & lots ...
... see how the staff lived and worked. And then there are the gardens... ABSOLUTELY gorgeous. We have realised that we are visiting the UK at a great time – it’s springtime and the flowers are starting to bloom. We’ve seen daffodils, jonquils, bluebells (English and the interloper - the Spanish Bluebell), native garlic, rhododendrons in the most glorious colour! And there is still the rest of springtime and summer to go.