First Hotel Atlantic
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... for two months. The major part of my trip will take place on Borneo, the third biggest island in the world, and the biggest in Asia! I've bought the trip through a danish company called Adventure DK, which means: 1. The trip will be packed with action, adventure and maybe a bit of relaxation 2. I'm going with 20 other young people 3. The only thing I need to take care of is myself and my backpack (which seems like a big enough challenge!) Already 40.000 DKK poorer and with a ...
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· Again, inspect and clean your boiler
· Drain all the water and make sure that the boiler is completely dried. Remember, any moisture left on boiler surfaces will eventually corrode
... rental in Aarhus. It is a very pleasant apartment - unfortunately on the fourth floor! It is close to downtown and the owner arranged for a parking permit because the parking is restricted. The owner is an architect who has also been involved in the design of one of the Lego series. We walked a bit in the neighbourhood including down to the beach which is on the east coast of ...
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We found a Kvickly supermarket ( Danish equivalent to one of our supermarket chains) and thus laden down and just before the next shower, we got back to the boat for a quick cup of tea before being joined by our guests. We had a lovely couple of hours with them, swapping notes and horror stories about hitting rocks (Vitrix has been there it seems!) , getting props tangled with lines in various parts of the world (they ...
We Arrived in Odense at about 10am, which is pronounced "Oh-then-za". It was here that we stopped for lunch. Prior to lunch we visited the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875). Hans was born here in 1805 and moved to Copenhagen at the age of 14. His boyhood home was turned into a museum with his whole life depicted in pictures, stories, and other artifacts placed in a timeline as you walked around in a maze like ...