lørdag den 9. juli 2016
Det er så hyggeligt med alle de små, danske øer og de små færger man skal sejle med derover. Det bliver næsten ikke mere hyggeligt og dansk!
Our camping ground is very close to Aarø, so one of the days we spent there.
I really love all the small, Danish islands, and the small ferries you need to sail to get there. It's hard to think of anything more cozy and Danish!
Der var mindetavler, dels over 10 unge mænd fra øen som faldt i 1. Verdenskrig. Kolde, fjerne steder som Rusland, Rumænien og Frankrig om efteråret og vinteren. Det må have betydet meget for øen, som er temmelig lille, men som alligevel havde haft 50 mænd med i krigen!
We visited the "Christmas church", which was opened by Christmas 1906, meaning that the island-people didn't have to go across the water for funerals anymore. They hold services every other Sunday and it's a very tiny church, but it has meant a lot for people living on the island.
They had memorial plates. One was for 10 young men who died during the World War 1. Cold, far-away places like Russia, Romania and France during fall and winter. Must have meant a lot to the island, which is quite small, but still send 50 men to war!
Vi fandt en garnbutik (som var lukket! Jeg er virkelig ikke heldig i denne uge!), en dejlig is og endte på vingården, hvor vi fik et glas økologisk rosévin. Meget lækkert.
We had a nice walk across the island, found wild cherries and raspberries and enjoyed the views. There were bit, dramatic clouds, but fortunately not a lot of rain.
We found a yarnshop (that was closed! I really don't have luck this week!), a wonderful icecream and ended up at the wine-farm where we had a glass of organic rose-wine. Very delicious.
Back on the harbor I found this for crab-racing. Very clever and definitely fun! Great for the crabs that the lane ends in the water, I guess.
Det er virkelig hyggeligt med de små øer, men ikke tale om, at jeg gad bo der! Jeg er meget tilfreds med København......
And then we sailed back again.
It is really nice with the small islands, but I would never, ever want to live there! I'm very happy living in Copenhagen......