- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had to claw our way westwards into the face of the now F5 wind, blowing slightly from the SW and with occasional gusts of F6 to make life interesting. We'd reefed both the main and genoa to try and make sailing more comfortable ie less fighting with the wheel to do and yet we still covered 6 miles in every hour, albeit never upwind so the actual ground made to windward was slightly under 3 miles in every hour. The seas were bigger today but the waves were more spaced ...
Knowing that it would take us a significant amount of time to get to Kåseberga, given that at best, we would be sailing upwind without having to tack often and at worst, we wouldn't get there, we set off early, exiting the harbour and sailing by 06:45. The wind was supposed to be blowing from the west at a reasonable force (3-4) until lunchtime and then it was forecast to back to the SW and increase in strength during the ...
... 8216;Stock’ in Essex. Now our good friend Rosemary Hurrell, who joins us every year on our boat and who will do so again this year, lives in Stock and when we enquired further of Mike, it transpires that his daughter (who’s address he’s using) lives literally within 100 yards of Rosemary, just a little further down the same farm lane! The last time we had a coincidence such as this was again with Rosemary, when we met two separate sets of ...
... a boat by some old school beardy Celtic types a thousand odd years
ago, apparently the sun lines up with the rocks at both solstices,
the ancient equivalent of Big Ben ringing its chimes, just less
frequent, a ancient site which has been preserved pretty well and
sits atop a fantastic vantage point looking back down the coast line.
as it would seem in Simrishamm there is a group of delinquent
grannies that roam the street with ...
... of the ice. The rain has us under one of the larger trees by the water’s edge, the water falling in large drops on my raincoat. Maria thought I would get cold in this, she may be right.
The next natural wonder of the Skånian landscape is the largest waterfall in the district – Hallamölla. It stretches over at least four minor waterfalls, running at different speeds throughout. Some parts are meant to have no flow at all, but instead lap at the banks ...