It was still the début of my trip. It was the first country where I haven’t been before. I was amazed by the gentle beauty of this newly discovered country, named Denmark.
People often wonder how I stay so cool when I leave my bicycle unattended when I go shopping or inside a restaurant for lunch. Most men and women think about theft of my bike or some luggage I’m carrying. I have a few reasons why I choose not to worry and I d’like to tell you about it.
How did I end up kayaking an unknown river in Latvia, surrounded by 16 Latvians?
I had the warmest welcome in a country so far.
As you might have discovered, as well as I did, during my trip the personal encounters are the main theme.
Oh yeah! As I planned to cycle north, actually to Tromsø, It would be logical to pinpoint the North Cape. Because this is what has to be done.
Day 61 – 4778 km
It is often said that the day starts de night before. In this case it couldn’t be closer to the truth. It was a terrible night, the rain kept drumming on my tent the whole time and the wind was severely pushing and ripping on the outside of my tiny shelter. As the sun doesn’t leave, the continuous daylight wouldn’t help my sleeping rythme either.