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Travel Blogs from Storvorde
... some ice
Again it was boiling out here and I was suffering in all this heat. Being a
Scotsman I'm just not use to temperatures like this ;-)
While walking around here in the marina I realised it was not a normal day
here and that something was happening and after wandering further I discovered
it was "Harbour Day". This apparently happens once every year and everything
from the ships to the cranes and factories in the area are open to the ...
... and once done we set off , under engine initially as we headed out into the choppy sea against a F3 SSW wind. At 10:00 the wind seemed to veer a little ie become more favourable so we turned off the engine. However, by 10:30 it became apparent that we wouldn't get anywhere in daylight at the rate and direction we were sailing so reluctantly, the engine was re-employed and also, the decision was made to head ...
... by going up to the Lido Lounge, where the entertainment team were putting on a live show featuring 70’s music. We had a couple of drinks each and it was quite late when we got to bed, nearly 1.00am. It probably wasn’t such a good idea when we had to be up early the following morning for our excursion in our next port of call, Warnemünde in Germany, but what the hell – we’re on holiday! ...
... me into his house. He had a really nice apartment in a ground floor, with a backyard garden belonging to the building and a living room with a nice lighting and sound system, a big TV and, the most fascinating thing of all, a shelf full of board games. I’m talking like dozens, most of them completely new to me, from stuff that looked way to complex to some classics like Trivial Pursuit.
He also had every single spice you can think of, in both grounded ...
... coastal seaside village of Oster Hurup. This is not a destination on the tourist ant trail, however it gave us a true taste of local Danish seaside life. The food so typically Danish and the ice cream bar was a sight to behold.
On the way back to our B & B we made a few quick stops at some local sights – windmill, churches and a cemetery, and a large house with carving and roadside pond. All very Danish in their own quirky way.