Tag: Sweden

Cycling Day 60: Copenhagen To Helsingør

Click here to see the detailed statistics of today’s cycle. Just as it was yesterday, rain has been a theme of the day, but when I ‘woke’ (for the third or fourth time) there was no pitter-patter of raindrops upon my tent. That said, dampness was still in […]

Cycling Day 59: Vemmetofte To Copenhagen

Click here to see the detailed statistics of today’s cycle. I’ll be honest. This isn’t going to get written until tomorrow… The pictures aren’t that great either.  —– OK, it’s now cycling day 61 and I am finally sitting down to write this. I will keep it brief […]

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 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 […]

Germany: The Plan (Ish)

Today was a little bit of a wake-up call; arriving in Germany I expected the place to be full of campsites. Aachen certainly wasn’t. Although it does have a ‘camping platz’ just out of town, it’s not for tents, just motor homes. The woman in the tourist office […]