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We were paired up at dinner last night with 2 older couples from California and Australia. We had quite an engaging discussion about many things before retiring for an on demand movie. This morning after breakfast we took in a free photography class and then after lunch went ashore for our Viking tour. Apparently the helmets with horns are fiction and the Viking conquest was made up of simple peasants wanting to explore Europe. ...
... even retrieving it from the water when she threw it right in the middle of their little lake.
Around the other side, after the presentation, we saw the polar bears swimming in their bigger lake, eating fruit. It was really cute. I had no idea that polar bears only ate seals out of necessity, and that the polar bears in captivity didn’t have the taste for it at all, preferring the other meat and fruit that they were ...
This blessed wind just will not go away! Once again it was blowing a good F5 from the west but this time it had a touch of south in it so we could motor sail to Aarhus. We set off at 10:00 and plodded our way across the bay, promising ourselves that this will be THE last time that we do this (until the next time that is!).
As we approached Aarhus, we made a decision not to go into the marina in town, as we were pretty unimpressed with it the last time we were here, in ...
... out of Copenhagen for the last time. I was very impressed with this Salty Old Town, and one day I would like to come back and visit some of the things I missed and others that were so lovely the first time around. I would definitely like to spend some additional time down at Nyhavn, just relaxing and people watching.
We traveled west through Zealand going far south of Hoelbaek, which my Christensen heritage is from. My ...
... how to navigate my way around the town (mostly through shopping and pub trips with fellow students). I am finding the town really easy to get around and locate specific shops and that, like the book shop. Aarhus is a beautiful city and has such an amazing history, that I intend on exploring in my time living here.
The weather has been freezing this week getting down to -15 degrees Celsius, ahh thank god for ...
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