Our two day flying visit to Copenhagen couldn’t have gone better really. There’s lots to see – we could easily have spent another few days there.
In the last few days, SOK’s received a diagnosis of his latest ailment. We’ve learned how to make black gunpowder, then visited a lighthouse, a castle, and a sewage works….
After a few years of travelling in a motorhome, there’s a tendency to think that you’ve seen it all – and then a German pulls up next to you in a brand spanking new £100k+ motorhome and proceeds to start attaching a toilet seat to a plastic bucket….. WTF ?!
This post takes us from Bremen in Germany to Odense in Denmark. The weather has veered from one extreme (hot and sunny) to the other (“has anyone seen Noah?”) and back again, but it hasn’t hampered our progress.
Well, we’ve reached the end of our Danish journey. Here’s the updated map: So far, we’ve done 1729 miles: 539 in the UK and 1190
Silkeborg is the largest town we’ve visited so far this trip. It’s a modern place, with a pedestrianised shopping street through the centre and, thankfully,