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... for dinner....BIG mistake! £20 later we had 2 oily sausages, a very stale roll, cold stale chips, some sauces and a drink. The worst meal of the trip so far by a long way! As the ship headed out into the North Sea the waves become bigger and the ship rocked more so we decided to head to our cabin to sleep though the storm. I slept through but Matt woke bouncing around from time to time as the boat struggled against the 5m waves. Hours on the train: 22 Countries visited: ...
... br> Original plan had been to make this slightly more relaxed but got to Paris a couple of days later than originally planned and had already booked the later parts.
On the plus side, got down to some serious speeding on the limitless autobahn and Brynhildr made it to 115 spurred on by AC/DC.
Got to Hirtshals at about 1 in the morning after a ...
... where the GPS took us nicely through a small village to avoid the standing traffic.
With all the stops on the road and fast driving in Germany, we arrived around 3.00 pm in Hirtshals.
Hirtshals is a very small village up north in Denmark, where all the activity is around
the ferries. There are a couple of companies that leave from here to different places in Norway. So we strolled around ...
... a few excellent local beers and a gigantic schnitzel in the sun.
We embarked on our longest day on the road yet, 350 miles (560 km) on the autobahn between Wurzburg and Hamburg. Luckily Van-essa performed well on the autobahn, plenty of overtaking but not doing much more than 120 km/h even downhill! Despite the occasional road works the autobahn was excellent and the German drivers were a marked ...
... would be rude not to have any so we bought a dozen to have as a starter. Boiled for 3-4 minutes in salty water and they were delicious.
One final part to add to the deforestation of Lęsų story and one with a happy ending. Once the island was denuded of trees, the islanders saw this as an advantage as they could see for miles, those miles including the extensive shallow seas that surround the island and which worked as a magnet for ...