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... Los Angeles, or when I get home in Australia. Its been an amazing trip so far, and I'm looking forward to the Grand Conclusion that lies ahead. I'm not so disappointed the end is in sight. I feel already, the trip has been a huge success. Its been a great experience, but realistically, we cant go on like this forever, financially, and psychologically. After 6 months, we exhausted and have become a bit desensitized to new places. The Americas will be a ...
... way back to the restaurant and thoroughly enjoyed a shift back to Asian food!
Sunshine saw us strolling after lunch to the Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen's famous amusement park. We rode the world's oldest wooden roller coaster and strolled through the fascinating gardens with its numerous amusements and rides, old and new. Well worth the visit!
Back to the Star and a late meal around the corner at a more traditional danish restaurant.
... barbecue, red wine and beer. The proceeds of the day go towards the up keep on the lovely grounds of the park that it is held in.
A wonderful community function bringing all together in a joyous day. It was indeed lovely to be included in the celebrations !! Kim even had a dance ...
... Nichols, who trained with the NHS Ambulance service but who then went on to train RNLI crews the length and breadth of Britain, touring around in his articulated Mobile Training School. During his talk, he took us on a virtual tour of many different lifeboat stations, some of them in the remotest locations imaginable. It was very interesting.
We then spent an ...
... where everything was in the city. We then had a traditional Frankfurter hotdog bun with dried onions before catching the metro home.
Since we managed to get so much done on the first day, we are planning to catch the train early tomorrow morning to over to Malmo in Sweeden for a day trip. Our flight to Hamburg isn't until quite late tomorrow so we have plenty of time to do that!
Love to you all!
Emma and Tom