The fourth cycling week was less cycling-instensive. On Friday, I took a night ferry to Oslo and on Saturday I paid a short visit to Oslo. On Monday, I set out northbound, but the first day I already had bad luck with the weather.
Stroby – Copenhagen (52 km)
When I left Stevens camping in Stroby, I met with Heike en Dolores, two female cyclists from Berlin. Apart from Germany and some European countries, they also traversed Laos and Cambodia by bike. It was nice exchanging our cycling experiences.
The ride to Copenhagen started out via a quiet beach road with very nice scenery. After 10 km I reached Køge, where a local market was going on. Strolling around there, I met with Wilma and Jos, again two female cyclists, this time from Eindhoven in the Netherlands. Jos is 63 and she pedalled all the way northward to Denmark
After Køge I followed the very boring Route 151 to Copenhagen, where I stayed for one day to pay a short visit to the city. This was probably my last chance to do so, I do not think I will ever get back here.