Copenhagen was beautiful, majestic, amazing and trying. We left, maybe, sooner than we should have but I think we both were ready. We aren’t really city people, especially in a strange city.
Trying to find the cable we need to load photos has been a disaster. It seems it isn’t available anywhere in Denmark. I’ve been to over a half a dozen electronic stores and no one has it. I really regret not getting it while I was in the US.
This is the little Air B&B we stayed in. It was nice. Small and cozy. Unfortunately, it smelled of cat urine. Still, we enjoyed it.
The photo above was taken with the phone and sent to the flickr account. You can go there to see the few photos we’ve taken. I have quite a few on my camera but have no way to load them.
The elusive cable is called an OTG (on the go), it’s a micro USB for the tablet end and a female USB to plug into the card reader. I’m a bit amazed it’s not available here. I had it at home before we left and it has disappeared.
Until we find a cable we’ll have to use the phone’s cameras and post to flickr. The link is at the top of the page. We’ll post photos there each time we have Wifi access.
We’re in a town called Kobe now, using their Wifi and electricity at the library to charge up.
The riding has been great. We’ve managed to be on dirt a fair amount of the time, after we got out of Copenhagen. If it weren’t for the technology issues everything would be perfect. The air is thick and damp, the temperature is just about perfect. We had some rain yesterday and didn’t even need the rain jacket, the rain seems to be as warm as the air.
The next time we post may be from Germany.