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... but once you add Greenland & Ferra Islands (which are part of Denmark) it becomes one of the largest nations with the smallest population. Lots of windmills / wind turbines producing sustainable energy dot the landscape in a similar way to Germany. There are more motorways in Denmark and while the Nowegians love building tunnels the Danes love building bridges. They have even built a bridge to Sweden and apparently ...
... grabbed a couple of bags and headed off to the foot passenger building. There must be a couple of hundred motorhomes of all shapes and sizes from big luxurious models to custom build off-road expedition models. Seen four UK motorhomes. There is a buzz of excitement in the air. It seemed to take a long time to load and we were an hour late departing. A smoothish trip today but what to do. Read and wander round the ...
... that took us through the bush on some off-road tracks which made the trip good fun.
After a good braai we climbed into bed for a well-deserved rest. At 2.30am I was awoken by the call of nature. On looking outside I saw that the sky was still light and in fact looked like a sunrise or sunset in progress. One could see quite clearly even though there was no moon. The midnight sun I guess…….really a beautiful ...
Escape day!! It was sunny and relatively calm (at last) and the forecast looked good for our plan to round the tip of Denmark and venture down the coast a little, in the North Sea (first time out of the Baltic area for 5 years). Our destination was the ferry port of Hirtshals, where ferries cross to Kristiansand in Norway and where we hope to go on Saturday. The distance we had to cover today was only about 30 miles so there was ...
After an overnight stay at Aabo Camping, we caught the 3hr Color Line Ferry from Hirtshals to Kristiansands; a very smooth crossing that was spent in the rather plusher Voyager Class lounge as the ship was nearly empty - according to the crew.
The on and off loading was very quick and the ship left on time; on arrival we had to queue for a short time to get out of the Port, but very soon we were on the road in Norway.