Helsingbor center in front of the castle
Helsingbor from the castle, on the sea there is a ferry coming from Helsingor
In Stockholm we got out of the harbour 6:30. Then we drove on hour to see something green around us. We finally stopped on the lawns of of a sport center (I definetly could not use the rest room in the ferry, neither do anything in the tarmac in the harbour), we had a nice walk around the sport field and got our lunch, too). Then we just drove through Sweden with couple of lousy stops on our way, one a clock we reached Helsingborg, some of us had their lunch (some of us not) and a nice tour around the castle etc before taking the ferry to Helsingor. We just got to the harbour and ferry left in four minutes!
Finally by the sea at our camping
In the morning at Vicaer Camping
After crossing the sea between Sweden and Denmark we just headed (with one tiny stop) for our destination to southern Jutland. The traffic around Copenhagen slowed down our arrival an hour, so we were in the Vikær Strand Camping around seven o'clock, anyway more than hour to walk on the beach in the daylight, well deserved after 12 hours in the car. Here we rested one whole day by visiting the real Atlantic in Römö, on the western side of Jutland. Huge, huge, enormous beaches kilometres long and wide!
Leaving Denmark camping
The bridge between Sjelland and Fyn
Next morning the journey continued again at six o'clock. Another day with temperatures above 30, kind of hot outside the car, so nothing but crazy driving through Germany, Netherlands, Belgium to Calais. There we were twelve hours later and had a stupid walk around the harbour area. For the first time of my life I got a sad glance of refugee life seeing the huge camp outside the harbour and the harbour was thoroughly fenced. Again two hours in the harbour before the ferry left for England. There were lots of dogs by the way. All the cars with the dogs were on the same lane/line.
Arrived to UK after sunset, 8:30, so we did not enjoy the walk by the white cliffs, instead on the dark countryside a little bit further from the Dover. Luckily, no interruptions on our way to Cambridge, we passed London smoothly and were by our new house at eleven o'clock. Finally, 17 hours in the car is a LOT!
We are now living in the black buildings by the church.
My new home until mid December
Sometimes you just enjoy the running and freedom more than usually.
New familiar scene, Jinga and me on the other side of the church next to us.
The closest sheep live behind the houses just across the street
The cup of tea house, where the missus was offered nice cup of tea on her last stay, now it is just around the corner.
I guess I am going to enjoy my life in here!
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