With the bike through the flat country

Nothing new in East Frisia

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I had a particularly quiet day, alone, on my bike, in East Frisia. The right amount of silence, the right amount of noise.

I had a particularly quiet day, alone, on my bike, in East Frisia. The right amount of silence, the right amount of noise: only a few cars passing by, sometimes other holidaymakers on bicycles, a cow says something incomprehensible from the field next to the road, here a family man who shortens his lawn 3 millimeters.

No phone ringing, no car honking, no music.

And then all of nature.

The endless plain, wind turbines in the distance. Meadows, fields, moats that branch off from small rivers. Fluffy ponies and drowsy cows. Sheep. The dike and the mud flats. Seagulls. Wind.

I don't think much really happens here. Sure, today you can rent e-bikes instead of normal bicycles. You can learn kitesurfing, or go inline skating instead of roller skates. Wiggle over ropes in climbing parks instead of climbing a tree. But then the innovation is largely exhausted. It looked no different twenty years ago, and maybe not forty. I dont know.

But I can't imagine it any other way.

And that's exactly right.

, und unter anderem hier findet man Ferienwohnungen in Ostfriesland . There are tips for East Friesland including a virtual travel planner on Ostfriesland.de , and among other things you can find holiday apartments in East Friesland .

My trip to East Friesland is part of the #meinniedersachsen cooperation of the travel blogger collective and travel destination Lower Saxony .

Here at AboutCities I wrote about Oldenburg!

  1. These very beautiful Nordic photos allow you to breathe deep peace ...! But the south also has something ...

  2. N Adine B Ungen via Facebook

    Great pictures :)

  3. Moin, moije Biller!
    And yet there are innovations. Both positive and negative.
    The only thing that is important is what East Frisia is made of.

  4. Matthias Eggert

    I am planning my 2nd bike tour to East Frisia in October. The starting point is Wickede an der Ruhr and then it goes via Münster and Lehr up to Großheide. Perhaps someone has tips on unusual accommodation options.

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