Day 3 - traversing Denmark
I set off about 10am and headed into Flensburg city centre. As I was close by I wanted to pop to the spot that my wife and I first met, almost 10 years ago to the day, while we were both on deployment with the Royal Navy Reserves. It was nice to be able to fit in a personal moment into the trip and reminiss.
After this I got back on track and road into Denmark, and then back on the motorway heading North. The roads were fairly quiet and the weather was sunny and hot again. The ‘mercury’ hit 32c at one point when I stopped, wowza! Not what you expect from Denmark.
I carried on north without incident (again, I’m not complaining, this is what I want for whole trip). I pulled over a few times on the motorway, at their very nice rest areas, for food and a drink. On my last stop just south of Aalborg, i got chatting to two Romanian bikers on 650s who were travelling back to Iceland for work. Vlad and Paul seemed like nice chaps, but I forgot to get a photo with them.
I got all set up and popped some pasta and avocado on for my dinner, and it was pretty tasty.