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... showing signs of newly germinated maize. All very peaceful.
Apparently the area is renowned for its fishing where the anglers come from all over Europe to target and hopefully catch Brown and Rainbow Trout, Silver Salmon and Pike. The licensing systems are complicated and it appears as if belonging to a club gives certain benefits regarding exclusivity to some waters.
After some 31 kms we eventually got back to camp where we had another braai with chicken pieces, salad and ...
... is fine but once in a wild you want some little longer!" We got swiftly set up (chose pitch 35) then a snacky lunch before into the pinewoods (on site and awesome) for a great explore for Prego; we could have been back on Harlow Hill! She had a fab adventure with lots of new sniffs and then snuggled up in the van whilst we sped off on the bikes. A tough ride into town. Only 5k but against the wind so a bit of a push. Town (Denmark would ...
... are rivals and do not particularly care for one another. 99% of their Jewish population survived, but only 50% of that had a home and belongings to return to after the war. Ill post pics from the day. Sweden is just across the bay. Tomorrow we plan to take a train there. Stuff we've learned: Danes smoke a lot. They all speak English There is a lot of graffiti They have 7-11's everywhere They have amazing history Danes are friendly and helpful The parks are ...
... first day that it had been rough.
Every previous day had been absolutely smooth sailing, the sea almost like a millpond, unlike what the North Sea is usually known for.
The captain contacted the Danish coastguard who refused to come out due to the bad weather conditions.
So the Captain organised the passenger to go aboard on one of the ship's lifeboats and he was taken ashore.
Once the lifeboat and ...
... for his life into the swamps to the east came up with a brilliant idea. Pay off the Danish raiders so as not to ravage the kingdom during the Summer and then build forts like crazy during the Viking off season in winter. These fort towns were called "Burhs". Some old Roman towns were used for this purpose including Londinium. Alfred moved Lundenwic back to Londinium in the late 800's ad after 300 years of settlement ...
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