Travel Blogs from Leba
... the longest wooden pier in Europe, which was located directly behind the hotel. Despite the cold temperatures, there were several people walking along the beach and out on the pier. The next morning I bundled myself up and ventured out onto the beach. The sand was completely frozen over, making it very easy to walk on, and snow was interspersed throughout the shore. The water lapped up against the snowy bank on the shore. ...
... Every day there are all kinds
of events for our guests for example Miss & Mister, Musicfestivals, theme
evenings with animation, music and refreshments for example "Ostatni
PGR", "Świat według Nadmorskich Górali", "Wesele" etc.
, the campfire with sausage, discos and many others. Additional attractions
include art classes, integration classes for children and integration evenings
Today was a sea day, no stops. Pretty much lazed around on the balcony, hung out at the bar and oh ya, won $500 at the slot tournaments!!
Tonight was formal night so of course we had to get dressed up and get our photos taken!
Today was a good day!!
... would appear like magic, so stopping to take in the view became a non-option.
After about 9 km, we came to a juncture where the electric mini trams, that bring people out to the dunes, disgorge their passengers, so we parked the bikes and walked. Within 100m we were in the sand dunes and away from the attention of mossies, and we could begin to appreciate our surroundings. The sand is so soft, it almost feels oily. It is almost white and ...
... done 3 loads of washing and moved the boat to the fuelling berth to put in 93l of diesel, put her back and had breakfast.
It was a warm, sunny day albeit with a chill easterly wind still. As there was purported to be free internet (wifi) access here, I decided I should update the blog ie get the Word version I’d written up onto my blog site. Now people that know me well realise that I have ...