Vejen Kongres Hotel
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... any that were not good we gave to the dog to chew. There was corn all around the farm because the dog started stealing all our corn and running off with it.
The next day we met up with even more friends and family at the original family farm where my great grandparents had lived and my FarFar was born. Even though I got stung by a thistle there while playing football (soccer) it was still pretty amazing to learn about my family history and see all the old (in a good way) ...
When we got to Denmark we got picked up by Folmer and Anna. Folmer looks just like Far Far. They took us straight to Legoland. I loved it there. It had lots and lots of Lego there. I loved the Haunted house and the polar bear roller coaster.
We had a party for Signe and I ate some corn and the dog ate some corn. By the way it was actually cow corn. I picked corn from the fields and had a Corn Company ...
... walk up took two hours with us having to work ***********vince Phoebe into the backpack as there was some pretty rough going. The destination was a 30m long cliff jutting out from sheer drops 500m above Lysefjord. Amazing views all around. You can see why it's such a popular destination as you can get some awesome photos. We had a picnic at the top and didn't get too close to the edge! I have realised that my climbing days are ...
... Kolding, about 1.5 hours west of Troense, to visit Thorkid and Meta, another couple Eric stayed with 16 years ago when he was on the Rotary Exchange. It was lovely to catch up with them and learn more about their lives. They treated us to a traditional Danish lunch - more herrings and rye bread (delicious) with pastries to follow. Meta took us to another famous castle - ...
We've arrived in Denmark and making our way across to Copenhagen. At least we're back to driving in kilometres and driving on the right side of the road for a left hand drive car. I can relax now that I'm no longer in the target seat. (Imagine you're in the driver seat, facing on coming traffic, but the steering wheel and foot pedals are on the other side of the car......well I've been in that position for most of the last two months)