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... really cool getting to know the other exchange students. We would hang out with each other during the breaks and have begun forming some really good friendships :) There is a fairly large group of us who all live at Vilhelm Kiers (a dorm/kollegium) and we've established a tradition where once a week, one (or a pair) of us will cook dinner one night and have the others over for dinner. Often, other exchangies from other dorms will come over and join us and it's a good way to spend ...
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Living in a dorm is also quite different (as I was still living at home before the exchange). It's nice to have your own space (and bathroom!) where you can have some downtime but you can still hang out with those on your floor via the shared dining room/kitchen/lounge if you want. The dorms also have some pretty cool traditions which should make living in them quite fun. They have an event called tour de chambre, ...
Tiden nærmer sig d. 15. september, hvor det endelig er min tur til at komme ud og opleve den store verden. I lige så lang tid jeg kan huske, har jeg sparet op og ventet, og sparet lidt mere, men nu er ventetiden ovre, og med cirka to uger til afgang er mine følelser en god blanding af glæde, panik og længsel! Til jer der ikke ved det, skal jeg være afsted i to måneder, hvor størstedelen skal foregå på verdens tredje største ...
If you read my previous post you already know that we did some traveling this week! This post is more about the fun stuff I've been up to and less about the academic stuff. We spent the first three days of the week on the main island of Denmark (Jutland) checking out some school (see other post) and some sites with our childhood development in a multicultural context course. So here are some of the highlights:
Koldinghus Castle: This was a castle in ...
... Denmark into a new light as far as sights and attractions are concerned. Our Denmark experience is now much more enjoyable as we traverse the countryside with one eye on the road and the other watching for a little brown daisy sign.
Through little villages and towns we go (Ostrup, Stovring, Voer and many others), fjord crossing by ferry, castle exploring and manor house gazing. Denmark is alive with sights and sounds in vast contrast to ...