Travel Blogs from Thisted
... ticket for 1hour (as this is all the
change I have left!) and set on a manic run around Hamburg. Not wanting to
waste time looking to tourist info, I head off in the direction of a tall,
interesting tower, which turns out to be St Mikaels church! I have a quick look
inside, marvel at the beauty and then head back out and off in the opposite
direction to see what else I can see in my 30 remaining minutes.
1 hour in such a ...
After a much needed rest day in the well appointed Husum campground, we braved the headwinds again to cycle the last part of the German Coast arriving into the town of Niebull by the evening just before the rain came down. Unfortunately with no campground in town and the prospect of cycling on in the rain not inviting-we decided to front up at the local Youth hostel for the night. Walking into reception looking very bedraggled-the lady at the desk announced ...
It had rained overnight and was still very overcast and windy when I got up at 06:45. I decided I needed plenty of time to pack up after breakfast. Sure enough it was 9:00 before I was ready to go.
As it was dry and starting to brighten I pressed on with my plan to head north west across the fjords to the North Sea coast.
Someone once told me when you are travelling a plan is only a plan for 5 minutes before ...
... 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 ...
... better future that we could dream up.
The good news about everything at Folkecenter is that we don’t have to dream it up. It already exists. It already works. And it is a huge part of the solution.
Some of the highlights were the living machine that cleans greywater using plants!! And a house that has “solar-curtains” on the windows, and is topped with a green roof made up of one metre of soil. And absolutely ...