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... since I arrived in Iceland.
My Denmark rail pass includes the Oresund Bridge train and I was hoping to get on and use the bathroom!. The walls had moving images as we waited on an empty platform. They showed train journeys in different cities such as Tokyo and Bangkok.
The Oresund Rail crossing ...
... Noma prior to starting Amass. One of the highlights of the meal was meeting Milton, the pastry chef who transferred from Noma with the chef. You don't expect to meet a chef in Denmark and find out they are from Missouri, but that was the case. He also introduced us to a visiting chef who was from Wichita Falls, Texas. The world is a small place.
Day 3 – Friends in high places
Just like the one before, the day began with ...
... and made them uncertain they continued to have a family. This can be debated but ultimately you can't control life and we have to put it in God's hands. I liked a quote they put up : "In God's hands intended evil becomes eventual good". That was related to another part but I liked it as well. They continued to talk about how faith sometimes requires faith. To put God's love in your heart over other things and follow his direction. At some point we closed our eyes and he said to ...
... to eat. We found a "street grill" and it was all outdoor with only a small kiosk where you ordered and where the food was cooked. I'm not even sure what I ate (lots of things) but it was delicious.
We found the Twisting Torso, it was huge and impossible to miss. Someone had given me the map, putting me in charge of navigating (I have no idea why) and somehow I got us to the beach! It was a beautiful day, and ...
... Danish, including this article (shout out to you Emmi)
The article is pretty accurate from what I have seen. The Danes have an unspoken social code called Jantes Law, which basically says that everyone should try to fit in because no one is better than anyone else, and that you are not any more special than any other person. Their society is really interesting. Next ...