There was the prettiest little town near our campsite.
|Med fine velholdte huse.|
With fine well-kept houses.
|Og dette hus hed Skomagergården. Det var nok her Skomageren boede i gamle dage.|
And this house is called the Shoemaker farm. It is probably where the Shoemaker lived in the old days.
|Man skulle over broen for at komme til den lille by. Og tænk, broen lignede en kæmpestor græshoppe.|
You had to cross the bridge to get to the small town. And can you imagine, the bridge looked like a giant grasshopper.
|Her er vi på vej tilbage fra den lille by til campingpladsen.|
Here we are, on our way back from the village to the campsite.
I am quite happy the grasshopper bridge not is alive otherwise, it would have been creepy and maybe it would have eaten Vaks and me!