Staying at a DUTCH run campsite

Trip Start Jul 17, 2007
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Trip End Oct 05, 2007


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Tuesday, July 24, 2007

After rainy Copenhague I made my way across the longest tunnel-bridge in Europe crossing into Sweden. It was a magnificant sight, so I took it slow. No place to stop for a photo opportunity though. You will have to look it up on internet to see what it looks like!

Taking a nice lunchbreak in Malmö (very good bean soup indeed!) and on the bike again to do a few (hundred) more kms. Making my way towards Jönkoping, well close-by. Well into the afternoon with only a few photo take/ stretch my legs stops, I am desperate to get of the bike so stop in a small town and ask for a campsite. Once there I am surprised to see Dutch cars and when I mention it to the camping owner, she replies in Dutch, oke! Normally I don't really like this, but after a few boring campsites and a lot of German, I like the Dutch chatting. Even liked it so much that I almost decided on staying for another day, but time is pressing and want to make it to Stockholm just to know I have the ferry across to Finland secured. Would be very silly if I came all this way and got stuck in Stockholm on the weddingday....

Also bought the latest HP book (Harry Potter of course!), so well into reading it of course.
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