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... and was hosting a concert with well known Danish singers. Despite not understanding a single word the singers/rappers were singing, I really enjoyed the music and the whole atmosphere of the park. As we wandered around, we passed by a big pond just in time for its evening light show which was such an impressive surprise! After a satisfying exploration of the park we called it a night and headed back to our cozy beds.
... be a small world in
itself. It's so easy to meet people in one place, then randomly bump into them
a few months later in another country. In Vietnam and Laos, backpackers are
often taking the same route, so chances are someone you met in Saigon in south
Vietnam you will see again in Hanoi in the north. This is awesome, considering
how many amazing people you meet. But I also realised the old six degrees of separation
can indeed be applied pretty much ...
... was no way I was going to spend another sheet-less night wearing half my wardrobe! Everything came separately so I bought all the essentials - sheets, pillow covers, duvet and duvet cover! Woo success!
Next I just made my way to and from various orientation week related activities and did another round of grocery shopping to add a little more variety to my current selection. My residence itself is great and a ...
... They love to line for things here. We walked down to the massive Cathedral at the end of the street and had a look around the extensive ruins - which seemed to be probably the main event in the little town. Must have been amazing when it was built! The grounds inside it's walls are huge, with quite a few different building and towers still standing on the site. There's an actual cathedral part you can pay to go inside but we didn't bother with that and just enjoyed ...
... struck me was how flat the course actually is. You can barely tell between the fairways and the greens. The early evening was magnificent and the sun was shining. We had a walk of the 1st, 17th and 18th with a customary photo on the Swilcan Bridge. So far no luck in the ballot so I think it may be an early start on Thursday in the line hoping for a game. I just so wanted to be out there playing. I was at the home of golf and was in ...