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Today we went to a local Bakery for a full German breakfast
at Backstube Gettorf, Eichkoppel
Breads, meats, cheeses, boiled egg and of course, coffee.
Then it was on to University Of Kiel Test Farm where Dr.
Rainer Loges gave a thorough description of the research being undertaken,
particularly in regard to organic production, and developing a herd of Jersey
cows for all pasture based farming.
Then it was on to the charming old town ...
... we continued for another kilometre to the campsite.
The campsite is one of the more expensive places we have stayed but it does have a swimming pool, kitchen, heated sitting area and a pool table. Some bits are more slightly run down for instance the sign for the ladies changing area is a man with a graffiti dress and long hair which Oskar mistook for the men's room. This provided much amusement to myself but to my disappointment he didn't stay ...
... the day pretty miserable. We got to Meldorf at 11:30am which meant we had averaged a measly 17kph. A short hot chocolate break revitalised us and we headed West for the coast (after spending 10 minutes "exploring" the backstreets of Meldorf). Little did we know the wind had picked up. We cycled straight into a furious headwind for 5km and it felt like it took an hour. We had to slipstream eachother and rotate every couple of minutes to make any sort of progress. By the time ...
... wandering about this lovely old town in the sun. Ribe has been described as the prettiest town in Denmark and even in Europe. It reminded us quite a bit of Suffolk.
After lunch in the CP and a ...
... rooves by crane to the exhibition centre!
At least the Danes gave it back.
The lighting in the hall is kept very low (no flash allowed) and everything is temperature controlled. The exhibition is very good, but everything is in Danish and German only, so we had to guess at a lot of the info.
We had our lunch ...