Cycling criss cross through Denmark mainland and ferry over sunds and flows… I slept two times and boarded the Norway bounding ferry at noon of the third day. I confess – it was a bit boring. Which is not too bad, as the Norwegian coast is a little rocky and challanging to cycle along. I had three cool and cloudy days… and will write about Norway’s trolls and rocks and captains and Vikings and sea battles and ferrys in next coming week. Until than, please **klickkclackk** on the pics and enjoy Danish Mainland 🙂
Alien Spaceships alert!! Mind the UFO attacking your ferry neighbour.
Unboard the ferry # 5, set foot on Denmark mainland. Never mind it is a bit boring, Norway is not toooooo far.
Three Cranes on the field adding some luck to my futher plans.
Luck is needed indeed… a huge thunderstorm cloud dragon passes me on my Western Site. Than turned and came behind me from the South. Shite…!!!! Run Sickboy run.
The Udbyhøj Syd Ferry – number 6 and counting – is waiting to bring me over the water.
Any day could be the first day I can not find a place to sleep. But not today. Some minutes to midnight the owner of the Aa Mølle Hotel offered me a cozy bed to sleep in. Breakfast was grand. I promised I will return for my wedding … check it here… http://www.aamolle.dk
I climbed on top of a Viking’s grave hill to take a picture of Sickboy. That’s how Vikings see my friendly cycle…
Yeah… finally Mou. Fine. But… is it „Mou“ ♪ like the cow or „Mou“ ♫ like the cat?
Dramatic moments in boring Denmark…. The Mou 1 ferry’s engine broke and she was drifting out onto the Baltic Sea. Fully loaded with frightend car drivers. and their vehicles. Mou 2 followed her twin ship immediatly and drag her and her freight back into safe harbour.
Half an hour later… Ferry Mou 2 is back on the schedule again. Out on the sund a hard wind is blowing. I think it is the cloud dragon still coming behind me.
That’s Denmark’s end. A space ship arrives from the Norwegian site to help people crossing the Kattegat. I stay a night in the Halshirt Youth Hostel and delay the crossing onto next day.