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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 ...
... dries up later this afternoon.
It didn't stop until late so we just took a quick stroll down to the beach in between the showers. We joined the new camp site owners and locals in the bar/restaurant for bratwursts and locally brewed beers or a G and T. £3. for each of the drinks...a bargain. We left having made lots of new friends.
... 4euros for 2 hours – should give me enough time to have a stroll and
see what I can see. So, I pop the ticket in the windscreen, and before I shut
the door it disappears down the air vent! RAGE! So, now hot and flustered after
having driven through a crazy city centre, I fetch my tool box (thanks Merve J ) and set about
unscrewing the front panel to see if I can find it. I should be so lucky! So,
using the last of my change, I ...
... they were fully booked with school kids on school camp. We were very appreciative though when she offered for us to sleep on mattresses on the floor in the teacher's lounge at half price-suited us just perfectly!
Next morning we cycled the final 20+km over the border into Denmark-where we enjoyed our lunch in the sunshine. Although it was a Tuesday, the small villages we passed through that afternoon were deathly quiet with barely a soul around. By the ...
... we’ll figure this one out, and that we’ll be able to change towards a clean and green “renewable” economy. There is never a question in my mind about whether or not our economy, and the way that we function as a society, has to change completely, but what I do struggle with is what exactly is the best model to adopt. Or maybe we have yet to create it. Either way I know that what I saw at Folkecenter is part of any ...