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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, ...
... day. She was happy with the compromise for a ritzy campground with a pool, rather than a hotel. We had been informed of an excellent interactive Viking museum and reconstructed Viking village which we planned to visit on her birthday. Sadly Hannah awoke on her birthday with a tummy bug and with that all our special plans had to be abandoned! Darren took Gracie to the museums while Hannah and I had a quiet morning at the campground, venturing out for a quick ...
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 ...
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.
... taken me so long to write it, and I think it is just because I honestly just don’t have the words to describe the entire experience in a way that does it justice. I think you’d better just go up there and see it for yourself. If anything, for the amazing people that will share their decades of knowledge with you, and the local and organic food that they will feed you in their gorgeous centre. http://www.folkecenter.net/dk/