Møns Klint

Hey lovelies,

live has been very hectic in the last two weeks. I promise from now on it is getting better. Especially the next two weeks around Easter will be rather relaxt, though I do not have actual time off. But from May on I will not have to work on Fridays anymore and weekends are actually weekends 🙂

This weekend I actually had to clean the apartment but instead we went on a little trip. The boyfriend just needed some time off after the last week so we took a little trip to Møns Klint, the “Cliffs of Møn”.

Here a little Wikipedia description:

“Møns Klint, English: the Cliffs of Møn, is a striking landmark and tourist attraction along the eastern coast of the Danish island of Møn in the BalticSea. The bright chalk cliffs stretch some 6 km from the park of Liselund in the north to the lighthouse in the south. Some of the cliffs fall a sheer 120 m to the sea below. The area around Møns Klint consists of woodlands, pastures, ponds and steep hills, including Aborrebjerg which, with a height of 143 m, is one of the highest points in Denmark. The cliffs and adjacent park are now protected as a nature reserve. Møns Klint is popular with tourists from across Europe with some 250,000 visitors a year. There are clearly marked paths for walkers, riders and cyclists. The path along the cliff tops provides impressive views and leads to steps down to the shore in several locations.”

And here comes a picture overload…

Love, S.

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