Travel Blogs from Sallingsund
... the town in the afternoon. Fortunately by the evening she was feeling a little better, to enjoy a pesto pasta and waffles and ice-cream after a quick trip to the supermarket.
Friday, it was time to hit the road again and we continued to cycle north stopping in the large regional centre of Esjberg for lunch. Unfortunately the main square was ininviting due to being littered with numerous beer cans and broken bottles after a seemingly huge night of celebrations ...
... back we checked with our guide when would be safe to return to the mainland, we had two hours so with that we took a quick walk around the village before moving on.
We drove north, and now have set up camp with spectacular views along the beach front of Lemvig. If only the weather was better, Ben would of been sure to have a dip. Met a group of young Germans/Danish that were having a bbq and a surf, had a couple of beers with them and a ...
A nice scenic drive back home, with a little dirt road thrown in for fun (thanks to Eleanor our Copilot), with further fun thrown in when the car decided that it did not have enogh oil. A frantic phone call made to Eurocar.... Is the display red or yellow? Yellow. Ok drive to the nearest servo put some oil in and we will reimburse you.
I did not linger very long, big black clouds started dropping rain on me.
I headed east along the 29 & 11 skirting and crossing more fjords until I hit the 55 where I turned north again at Aabybro (easy for you to say), eventually out running the rain and back into hazy sun.
The road led back to the coast at Lokken and finally Hirtshals, arriving just after mid-day.
... lovely in the ever improving sunshine.
At Holstebro I followed the signs north east to Skive.
I found the campsite reasonably easily. A nice site with a view overlooking Skive Fjord.
They wanted me to buy a Danish camping card (100Kr annual membership) but let me off as I pleaded I was only camping in Denmark for one night.
The facilities ...