I want to share some more photos from our trip to Denmark:
Off the island of Moen (red on the map),
lies the tiny island of Nyord, connected to Moen with a causeway. The island of Nyord has been kept in the traditional style, no cars allowed (only residents) and it all has an oldie worldie kind of feeling. Here is another map with Moen top right and Nyord just northwest of that.
One of the old buildings was a distillery:
Our friends wanted to go in there to buy some Limoncello. I kid you not, I have never seen so many bottles in my life!
They were doing good business. It was difficult to get a photo without any people in it.
The also sold t-shirts and crafted articles.
I think the limoncello (or something like that) was in this corner. Our friend made a coctail consisting of: half limoncello, half champagne and crushed ice in a glass. We had it that evening and it was delish!
I think the glasses were for sale too.
We didn't go upstairs, but perhaps there would be more bottles!?
I like the little sayings with play on words. This one can not be translated.
Enough beverages for now. I don't want to get the whole T-Party drunk!
Of course I also did some cards this week. I haven't received any as I have not been sending any, so I got busy writing some yesterday. This is an image of a poster made by Alphonce Mucha, the .Moravian artist,I can't remember what it is called as I have already posted it.
The next card is our national dish (well, here in the south anyway). Some people ask for food pictures of the national dish. Paella is a rice dish made in a large flat pan. It has meat (usually rabbit) as well as fish and seafood in it.
The Valencians claim it to be their dish. And they make it very well indeed. But it is made all through Andalucia too.
So I will leave you with the paella and lots of booze as I go visit Elisabeth and Bluebeard at Altered Book Lover.
Have a good week and stay sob... I mean safe.