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... fiord was flat and clean, there were fisherman laying nets and along the banks were fish traps. I find it strange that on such a huge piece of glassy flat water that one never sees fish jumping or rising.
However as we found out, courtesy of Google, there are fish in Denmark since apparently Denmark is the fifth biggest exporter of fish products in the world. The major species that they catch are Herring, Cod, Mackerel ...
An early start but a leisurely take down. We took the awning down then Prego had a great run through the woods before showers and packing of final bits. Ula came over to give us some dog treats her poodle doesn't like. Danes are so friendly, such a chilled out people, but if you're not careful, you will be kept talking for hours! We told her we were heading to Hanstholm and her response was "oh... very very windy". I mentioned it to Natasja when checking out and got "oh... very ...
8 May - Staying next to Denmark's largest in land body of water; it has a 600Km cycle route around it...we set out to do 10 after parking up, but ended up doing 22Km after following Route 12 around the historical midden and bird sanctuary.
9 May - Yet again, the rains have come and we sit it out in GP watching the Hares, deer and rain until ...
... the sat
nav and followed the signs for "Centrum" I didn't think about how difficult it would
be to park a tall vehicle in a city centre! Every signposted car park was
underground, suitable for vehicles under 2.1m high, and Im pretty sure that
with the roof rack on, Im taller than that! Just as I was about to give up, and
follow the sat nav again, I
came across an over ground car park! Whoop! I parked up and went to get my
... ended up at the Ballam campground- a rather rustic, slightly run down place but with a kitchen and lounge area to relax in. We had been warned that Danish Camgrounds, were usually very well equipped but were more expensive than Holland and Germany. We weren’t surprised then with the €49 ($73 Aud) pricetag for the night.
Wednesday it was Darren’s birthday and we rode 30km into the delightful village of Ribe-the oldest town in Denmark, dating ...