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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
In itty bitty Ydby (Idbee) there is a magical place where you can catch a glimpse of how the world should work. The problems that our world face seem constant and sometimes insurmountable. Okay, often insurmountable – but there are always moments in life that fuel us with hope and give us the drive to keep working at this seemingly never-ending task of changing things for the better. For me, these moments usually involve the ...