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Its always a little awkward doing this wild camping thing. Its not officially illigal, but its definitely not somethig that parents teach their kids. When jan climbed out the tent this morning, he startled an early morning dog walker who wasnt quite sure what to make of the situation.
We packed up rather quickly after that, and breakfasted on the almighty coco-pops. Om-nom-nom! We never buy this **** at home, but on a bike tour, we can ...
... death cos I was so hungry.
We wolfed down our food in 5 minutes flat, I can't say if it was any good, and as it was soon to get dark, started actively hunting for a place to pitch the tent. After another 10km or so, we found ourselves in rheinfelden, literally on the banks of the rhine. Cant complain, the spot was pretty. With only beer and wine at hand, we had to make do, and shortly after dark we were passed ...
... have had yet. We each got a dish of wild game, nuts, cranberries, a
yummy gravy, and spaetzle. Not to mention the bottle of locally made
Riesling. We left completely stuffed.
Sunday morning we visited
the main part of Freiburg, setting out to see the cathedral. One
oversight was that in Germany on Sunday mornings, almost everything is
closed. In fact most shops are closed for the entire day. We wanted to
see the cathedral, ...
After a rather long (really too long for the distance involved and traveling by air largely - something like 35 hours!) I arrived back at my sister Sylvia and brother-in-law Lenu's lovely place in Reiden on Friday, 21 August. The plane trip on Air Namibia was great, with lots of laughs - the cabin crew was just fantastic! However, there was a pretty cold draft all the way and despite pinching several blankets from neighbours I felt cold ...
... for us as it's where we get onto the Eurovélo 6 route, that goes from Nante on the Atlantic coast of France through Budapest to Istanbul. We did part of it along the Loire River last year and will be following it from here on back into France. So we were excited to see the first Eurovélo 6 sign on the town side of the bridge. We know where we'll be going tomorrow - always a comforting feeling!