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Since my last blog, Ive left Holland, been through Germany
and am now on the North (ish) coast of Denmark heading towards the ferry port
to get to Norway.
On my way through Germany I had a very brief, spur of the
moment stop in Hamburg. It was never my intention to stop in Hamburg, but when
the sat nav pretty much decided to take me through the centre, I decided that
this trip was made for such spur of the moment decisions, ...
Being unwashed for 4 days is about my limit though-and this morning we all woke desperate for a shower! We hadn't been able to find the wild campsite last night and had found our own spot in the forest. We packed up and cycled off in drizzling rain-I didn't quite feel the same sense of peace!! By lunchtime, we were all soaking and we made our way to the closest "ritzy campground"-complete with indoor heated pool and a water slide! Freshly washed and laundered, ...
Strolled the streets of Ribe one final time before heading off to Mando Island. After reading in our tourist book that twice a day the tide cuts off all traffic between the island and the mainland, and then seeing a warning sign stating 'No crossing without knowledge of the high and low tides' we sat still in skippy staring at the road ahead. Realising that between us the most knowledge we have of tides is that they go in and out, we ...
... stay in business. The are guides tours of the factory. Which you have to book at the Tourist information office. Which opens at 10:00 am. The tour starts at 9:00am! Bah Humbug
You need to book early as the tour is normally full.
Bea's father was born here. His father is buried in the local church. He died very young, in his early 20's Having begat Bea's father. As ...
... the opportunity to learn so much about community-based renewable energy solutions and how it has worked in Denmark. They have a very different notion of democracy here, and to be honest, I’m quite a bit fonder of it, than the “democracy” that we have in Canada. Their democracy is built on community. How refreshing. Small-scale energy-production solutions are implemented at a community-level, and the ownership is shared amongst ...