Last Update: 24 August 2015
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1 Westerland and Braderup
2 Keitum and Morsum
3 List, Kampen and Wenningstedt
4 Ellenbogen - The Elbow
6 Rantum and Hörnum
7 Hallig Hooge
9 Sylt Wattland to Hamburg
10 Elbe in Hamburg to Home in Hessen
I went to the golf course with friends I had met on the island, Horst, Karin and Gertrud, to enjoy a cup of coffee.
As you can see on the poster, there are several grave sites like this one on the island of Sylt. You can visit two of them.
The ceiling is beautifully decorated and the Lords prayer is painted into a strip that goes all the way around the base of the ceiling.
Give us our daily bread. Forgive us all our sins. This is written in the old Friesian language.
Your kingdom come. Let us do your will.
Soccer church service! The world of soccer championships were going on during my visit. So the church offered a place for the people to, and watch the games.
Horst und Karin bei ihrem Lieblings-Restaurant - Gosch
And the sky continues to be beautiful up to 30 minutes after the sun goes down.
All of the roofs of the homes are made of reed - extremely expensive, but extremely effective to keep their homes cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
This trail, high on a Hill, leads to an FKK - Nude - Beach. No cameras allowed!
There are also many fields covered with Heather.
Just before arriving in the city of List, there are many sand dunes.
List, Kampen and Wenningstedt on the Island of Sylt
Just above Westerland and Keitum on the way to Wenningstedt is a very beautiful golf course.
What makes the golf course so beautiful is the lighthouse in the background and the beautiful strategically-placed ponds.
Not far from the golf course in Wenningstedt is a grave that was placed there by the Huns.
This Protestant church in Wenningstedt is near the grave and is quite interesting on the inside.
It was a very windy day in Wenningstedt, so we had to find a protected corner to drink a cappuccino.
Extreme Wind in Wenningstedt
Another great restaurant, the Stürmhaube (the Storm Cape), was near this old lighthouse. On the way there, Horst was so happy that he did a little jig. Click it!
In Wenningstedt there was also a very beautiful promenade along the beach. Click it!
Sunsets in Wenningstedt are absolutely breathtaking.
These road markers mark the city limits of Kampen. Kampen is a very rich city and only the wealthy live there.
On the way North to List, there are several totally empty beaches on the west side of the island.
Sorry, but the only photograph I took in the city of list was of this purple bench. I was thinking about making one just like it
Continue on to the Elbow, the North end of Sylt.
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