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... So we figured it would be somewhat Yorkshire-esque! Ula also told us there's a big music festival near Hanstholm on Thursday so we've timed it well to get a space at a campsite. I didn't mention we were only planning on stopping for the museum then pressing on to Skagen (time permitting). A quick stop for Sunday wine at Fakta then on the road. We were relieved to see that the dashboard and its instruments were back in full working order. At the end of yesterday's drive, ...
... 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.
... city really isn’t very much time
at all! Still, I made the most of the mini adventure in Hamburg! Maybe one day
Ill do a city break there!
My plan for the next day was to visit Sylt, an exclusive
German island near the Danish border, which came highly recommended by a
friend. Checking the maps, it looked like there was a spit of land connecting
Sylt with its neighbouring Danish island, Romo. So I made sure the sat nav ...
... 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 ...
... drive. But who are we to be sensible (sorry mum).... luckily for us, with our hearts pounding we were successful and made it the 11km across to Mando island.
Perfect timing in fact, as we immediately joined a tour on a local tractor bus that goes 6km's across the mud flats before reaching a seal reserve. The seals were gorgeous, majority lay on the sand uninterested by our arrival, but those that did played in the surf teasing ...