Tag: Germany

Cycling Day 52: Borgdorf-Seedorf To Missunde

Click here to see the detailed statistics of today’s cycle. When I went to the reception of the campsite in Borgdorf-Seedorf this morning to pay my bill, I owed 4 cents on top of the deposit of €10 that I had paid for the card that recorded how […]

The Start Of Part II: Hamburg To Denmark

I’m going to be following (hopefully) an ox herding route (now an official cycle path) called the Ochsenweg up through the northern German region of Schleswig-Holstein towards Flensburg, the final town in Germany. The vague route is highlighted in green on the map below but I’m hoping that […]

Cycling Day 50: Harsefeld To Hamburg

Click here to see the detailed statistics of today’s cycle. I’m half way to Nordkapp! Come back later for the full story of cycling day 50… Have you come back? Good. Then let me finish off this post… It’s now Sunday evening and a full three days after […]