Travel Blogs from Storvorde
... However, once it had gone with all its’ 'rescued’ people, it proved to be an excellent choice, we had the whole lagoon to ourselves and the only boats we saw were those making passage out of and into the Limfjord.
That evening I set up the barbecue and I cooked the Danish equivalent of Cumberland sausage – it looked promising but to our taste it was over salted and not that good. Ah ...
Oleksandr drove me right to the city centre. It was a nice sunny afternoon in Aalborg, which compensated the fact that I still didn't have my new hosts address.
I texted him and got the details, found a McDonalds to get wi-fi from the outside and marked the address down on the map (I always have GPS on the tablet but I can only search for addresses with Internet connection). It was quite central.
Minutes later ...
... the Kattegat. At its very tip is a sandy, shifting headland known as Grenen. Here it's possible to experience the sight of waves clashing together from each side of the tip. The big attraction for tourists is to stand either side of the sandy tract’s tip and declare that they are standing in 2 seas simultaneously.
As usual, there is not nearly enough time to explore all that this village has to offer and after a couple of hours ...
... friendly and didn’t tell us there would be a long wait for the food. We waited an hour to pick up our chicken and were joined by a few other tourists who’d read about Prince’s in the New York Times. When we finally got back to eat our chicken, it was the hottest ever – nearly inedible if we hadn’t been so hungry – even Fran struggled with the heat and we hadn’t gone for the hottest options!
... it´s huge, as you can cross that country within 3 hours - north to south or east to west, if you want.
Up we went and as we had to get our flight in Frankfurt on the 28th, this year we were not celebrating in Skallerup Klit, but in Aalborg. I like, as long as we´re together!