Travel Blogs from Thyholm
... back we checked with our guide when would be safe to return to the mainland, we had two hours so with that we took a quick walk around the village before moving on.
We drove north, and now have set up camp with spectacular views along the beach front of Lemvig. If only the weather was better, Ben would of been sure to have a dip. Met a group of young Germans/Danish that were having a bbq and a surf, had a couple of beers with them and a ...
... were off with a sense of relief and high expectations.
We arrive at the Hotel Royal in the centre of the town and proceed to the reception. There is no one in attendance and in fact the whole area was closed, but there was a note taped to the wall stating “for any attention please use phone on the wall”. Not panicking yet, I dialled the number, only to receive a recorded message in Danish!
Whilst mulling over the next plan of action, a person enters ...
Rickie's student flat... OH MY GOD. UNREAL.
It was like a penthouse suite at a hotel, amazing! Beautiful furnishing, a kitchen that leads onto a lounge, then her bedroom and en suite. Jealous. I was just sat on her massive sofa, which turns into a double bed, with my mouth wide open in pure awe.
We crashed on the ...
... stay in business. The are guides tours of the factory. Which you have to book at the Tourist information office. Which opens at 10:00 am. The tour starts at 9:00am! Bah Humbug
You need to book early as the tour is normally full.
Bea's father was born here. His father is buried in the local church. He died very young, in his early 20's Having begat Bea's father. As ...
... lovely in the ever improving sunshine.
At Holstebro I followed the signs north east to Skive.
I found the campsite reasonably easily. A nice site with a view overlooking Skive Fjord.
They wanted me to buy a Danish camping card (100Kr annual membership) but let me off as I pleaded I was only camping in Denmark for one night.
The facilities ...