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... nl to see if they could fix the issue with the leisure battery not charing. They could not have been more helpful! I think every mechanic came out to take photos! They diagnosed the issue - a broken split relay thingy, and pointed me in the direction of an auto shop back in the direction I had come from. The guys in Autoshop Swieringa were disappointed not to be able to supply the part I needed, but did know of a bug specialist another 20mins again in the direction I wanted to be ...
Emden is a sea port on the Northern coast of Germany very close to the Netherlands border.You can actually see the Netherlands on the other side of The Ems Inlet.The countryside is flat and easily water inundated which is why there are many dykes to keep water out and flat cycling tracks beside the dykes.Everyone has bikes. Because it has always been an important sea port ,70 years ago during World War 2, Emden was flattened by Allied ...
... a lot of miles, so it's a HUGE thank you to Spooky and Lucy who have put in many hours planning & scheming, and thanks to all the 'participants' who made it such fun. It's given us a taste for adventure & travel.....
We covered 4,400 miles so the Mobster done good!
Thanks for reading this, sorry it's been a bit sporadic sometimes. Until next time, here are some photos of our exploits, hope you've enjoyed it ;)
... 150 kilometres or catch two ferries. So the ferries won the toss. BUT, at this stage we weren’t aware of how expensive ferries are! O.M.G!
Enough whingeing about the cost of living in Norway – the Lofoten Islands are great, once you get past the smell of Cod drying everywhere! And we mean everywhere!! Everywhere you go, you see masses of commercial racks where the cod (heads & bodies) are hung out to dry, and then you will see ...
... this area has the highest level of unemployment & many young people leave to look for jobs elsewhere. This means that many local businesses have to close. The lack of supermarkets en route, as well as the fact it was Sunday where everything is closed-we had to resort to having broth soup made with a single stock cube and porridge for dinner!!
All in all we have thoroughly enjoyed our cycle leg through Holland and look forward to new adventures in ...