Tag Archives : Langeland

A different Denmark – Seeing friends again… – Part 1


For the rest of this week I will be taking over this blog; Ingrid is doing fine, but is still very tired. Next week she will be back at work and back on the blog. Whenever we go to the south of Langeland, Ingrid and I have one goal: to see the Wild Horses again.  Anyway, Part 1 is about…

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Our Adaptable Adventure – Back to Langeland


The weekend of 21 – 22 July, The Viking and I decided to take it easy. We had some big plans for the week afterwards and we needed some time for our preparations. And I had a lot of pictures to edit as well. But when the weather improved a lot on Sunday, we felt the urge to be on…

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Our Adaptable Adventure – To the other side of Tåsinge


From the southwest we went to the southeast of Tåsinge, to another small place called Vemmenæs: https://goo.gl/maps/3slgP Tåsinge only has two towns, the rest of the island consists of charming small villages. Vemmenæs is one of these places we would like to see again in winter. Already now in summer it looked a bit desolate. From its small harbor you…

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Colorful Rudkøbing


To be honest, before I met The Viking, I thought that Denmark was a boring country, with dull buildings, hardly any museums and boring people. If you have been following this blog for some time now, you know that I have changed my mind completely. Even in the utmost north of Jutland, in a town such as Skagen, you will…

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Danish favorites revisited – Are you ready for your close-up?


As you can imagine, the area where the Wild Horses live, is completely fenced off. At the viewpoint where we were taking photographs, there is however a small gate that allows you to enter the pasture. There are of course a couple of rules: You can’t take your pet with you. You are not allowed to feed the horses. You…

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Danish favorites revisited – The Wild Horses of Langeland


One of the biggest islands to the south of Fyn is Langeland. No need to take a ferry, because a bridge connects it with Tåsinge. And this time, we were here for a special mission. The Wild Horses of Langeland is something that The Viking and I discovered by accident. In the beginning of 2011, when we visited Langeland for…

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Svendborg and Langeland


Today we first went to Svendborg, one of the biggest towns in the South of Fyn. We were there in winter, but couldn’t find a place to park the car and promised to come back. Today we focused on its harbour:   Afterwards, we went further to the South, to a small island called Tasinge. It’s famous for a castle,…

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