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Arriving in Hirtshals we had to walk about 2km from the train station to the ferry terminal, a little bit of a trudge with a big backpack and the wind of the North Sea blowing in your face, but we made it. Once on board our ship, MS Stavangerfjord we found our little cabin before heading off to explore the ship. Hmmm not that much to see or do really, time for cards before going to the back of the ship to wave good bye to Denmark. Feeling a bit peckish we then headed to ...
... full of coffee cups, cokes and red bulls. Second sleep in the car in the car next to a little pond round the back of a hotel and had my first experience of a not fully dark night as I looked towards the North and my destination the next morning. Slept that night full of anticipation for having finished with the boring driving and looking forward to Norway and beyond.
... center with the little harbor with all the fish boats, walked over the
European market where different countries present their typical foods – I think we have the same market some weeks during the summer in Leuven as well – and we had to run to cover under a bridge from the rain.
Around 6.00 pm we drove to the terminal to move from one queue to the next to finally get
into the boat ...
... about Europe however is there is always another country next door, the Danish rules were not a strict and happily repaired the scratch for a fraction of the cost of a new windscreen.
One thing we had heard about Scandinavia was how expensive it was so we decided to stock up whilst in Hamburg on alcohol mainly as a can of beer could be a minimum of £2 each, we ended up buying 56 cans for 29 cents each – well ...
We travelled around the lake area, looking at where we could have camped; so many lovely spots. Then went through Silkeborg to Arhus. As the Art Gallery was closed, we went to look at a "prehistoric" museum- also closed! The new museum, not yet open, is very modern, built into the hill and covered with grass. In summer , a museum. In winter, a ski slope (seriously!) We ended up doing a lovely walk, sign-posted all the way, from the museum through beech woods ...