Tag: Germany

Cycling Day 91: Tromsø To Rotsundelva

Click here to see the detailed statistics of today’s cycle. I was a little ‘off-grid’ last night so couldn’t publish anything to the website. Photos – spectacular ones – will come later but I’ll take the opportunity of introducing you to Hans and his daughter Veronika from Germany. […]

Cycling Day 75: Viggja To Trondheim 

Click here to see the detailed statistics of today’s cycle. Again, another late update… I knew it would be a relatively short cycle on day 75; ‘just’ 40 km to Trondheim where I had agreed to stay for a couple of nights with a guy called Steven who […]

Cycling Day 62: Båstad To Ugglarp

Click here to see the detailed statistics of today’s cycle. Various things put me in a grumpy mood this morning. The internet still wasn’t working (campsite or 3G), I was looking at at a half hour wait for the campsite reception to open so that could pay, and […]

Cycling Day 56: Spodsbjerg To Ulslev

Click here to see the detailed statistics of today’s cycle. I have found an idyllic place to camp tonight on the eastern side of the island of Falster on the shore of the Baltic Sea. This is the beach, just metres from my tent: How I managed to […]

Cycling Day 54: Flensburg To Fynshav

Click here to see the detailed statistics of today’s cycle. I chatted late into the evening with Franziska and Klaus whilst sitting on their garden terrace sipping wine and eating Scandinavian chocolate. They had left me alone at the house for a couple of hours earlier in the […]

Cycling Day 53: Missunde To Flensburg

Click here to see the detailed statistics of today’s cycle. The campsite at Missunde really was a gem. Every box on the Cycling-Europe-travelling-cyclist-ideal-campsite list was ticked. Twice. The previous number one site of the trip had been in Orléans; but it didn’t have this:   By the time […]