Travel Blogs from Havneby
... about the stones in the road represented DDR and Denmark border. So what did I do, yes I jumped back and forth from one country to other and then put one leg in Germany and the other in Denmark. The sunrise was beautiful here but you had to be awake at 3.30am (not a problem when you sleep in a van full of windows).
Skandi tour well and truly started especially when we looked at all the Skandi flags on the border from our night spot.
... a dungeon that they will lock you up in" We recount this story with Ulla (mother) and Egon (father) and we all have a good laugh. They are worried that their English is not good enough but we soon are chatting along with help from the Pernille as interpreter. Ulla is better than she makes out, Egon has never learnt English. After the guided tour of the house and meticulously maintained garden it is time for the feast! What a lot of trouble they have gone to. We stay till midnight ...
... looked at the cathedral and settled for a drink in the busy square (John still chasing that elusive wonderful dark beer) before doing a walking tour of the older quieter parts of the city. Storks nest yearly on the rooves, as we saw weeks ago in Selcuk in Turkey.
Back to camp ,dinner facing the lake and watched the sun set after 9.30 pm. (we are as far north as ...
... because its got a line through it and I cannot type it without going to a lot of hassle) Anyway today's second question is whether this construction is cantilever or corballed.
We are today driving from Denmark into Germany or more specifically into Schleswig-Holstein. So that is the first question.
Did anyone find out what the grey flamingos were doing in Norway? Anything to do with the Andes?
... t use it too frequently beacause of the power consumption.
So we have passed from Norway to Denmark.- Oslo to Aarhus to Ribe and tomorrow we are off to Germany and will attempt to get the ferry across the Elbe.I need to check the blog to see if I have told you about the man and the PTFE tape .
But for now,goodbye to Norway::
So I lit a fire,isn't it good,norwegian wood
Knut (the "k" is silent as in cracker)