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... Anyway, I got back to the campsite and tugged at the bed as hard as a could but it would not budge. So, to get some air I opened the window... And broke the clip so the window wouldn't close. That was that! I clearly was making matters worse, so decided to leave it all and just take some time to chill out. I cracked open a very special bottle of wine from some very special friends (you know who you are :)) and did some maintenance chores instead. Takin advantage of the free running ...
... an actual air raid bunker,now a museum ,where up to 380 people sheltered during bombing.It was easy to imagine the terror that they felt. Today Emden has a major ship building industry and car manufacturing,amoungst others.VW makes it's Passat car here, and exports thousands of cars from here all over the world.Ten thousand people are employed at VW . Off the northern coast ,across the North Sea ,are a string of islands ,the East and ...
... br> THEN Miss Charming decided to play up again & had us driving round in circles over lots of speed bumps before we finally got on the right road.
At the site, John & Sarah asked if we wanted to share a chalet, so we did (& were glad as in the early hours it rained cats &
dogs). But the evening was fine, and we all congregated outside of Spooky & Jo's cabin (they had managed to catch up, although their van hadn't ...
... it with one of the Harbour Seals! She was absolutely buzzed by it! Sadly, most of the photos weren’t much good as those blasted seals just wouldn’t keep still. But it was a fun afternoon. Also, whilst we were in Tromso, we met a Kiwi who has been living in Tromso for 12 years and he gave us some good tips about things to see after the Lofoten Islands – but you’ll hear about those later. So thanks to Kyle.
Now, getting ...
... with the wind behind us we were still heading in the right direction-however when we got to a roadside map we realised we were quite a bit off course! Too tired to retrace our route back into a headwind - we rerouted back in the direction where we thought the campground was. By this time it was getting late & to much disgust by the girls (as they were not keen to wildcamp another night), Darren found another little discreet spot in a clump of woods beneath a ...