When driving off the expressway into a vast field and village houses almost 9 PM, no stores in all villages driving by, one may not feel most comfortable.
At the end of a village road, there appeared a nice little house, and stood Bodil greeting us.
We had no chance to get any food, so we appealed to Bodil. Very soon she brought up a plate of onion, apple, grape, green onion, eggs etc... We felt the warmth of Bodil.
We chose to "upgrade" our stay instead of a single hut, which is also cozy. And we solely occupied a house, with TV in a separate sitting room (also an extra bed if one needs), shower, toilet, kitchen, breakfast area and a large bedroom.
She has a lovely garden with some exotic plants, like the monkey tree that I've never seen. She collected some ancient tools that younger generation won't be able to guess its use. She also has some decoration with Far East flavor.
It's like staying in a totally private resort.
It's an unexpected pleasure to stay Bodil's place. We gladly signed her guest book, which is filled 2/3 of a notebook since 2009.
It's a very pleasant memory in our busy trip stays.