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... stars. We then tried mustard that is made from a secret recipe since 1957. The one we tried was sweet and is used with sauces or dressings or fish. After that we had the Bornholm rye cracker, which is the most famous item from the island. Since 1855 the same family makes the Raspberry red currant jam that came with it. We then tried organic rhubarb juice with little sugar. A project called 'Cider Project' makes it. These are people on Bornholm who couldn't find work and it has ...
... and walked with them to the mermaid after the bar lady gave us directions. There was a castle there and heaps of statues all over the place. The mermaid was not much really but still pretty cool to think I'm in Copenhagen looking at statues while everyone back is home is at work! Haha A lot of people seem to come upto me asking for directions, thanks mum for the Danish in me :) I've had enough of being lost so I attempt to make my way back to ...
... our journey to Rosenborg Castle. We entered the grounds on the castle and walked through the stunning Royal Gardens until we came across the moat and bridge to the castle. We entered this 400 year old castle and poked through the beautiful rooms and marvelled at the Crown Jewels. We then took a long leisurely ride to the Carlsberg brewery where had a tour and of course a taste of the famous Danish ...
... realize the respect that motorists have towards cyclists; as I approached an intersection by bike, the car STOPPED FOR ME BEFORE completing his turn! I certainly hope that Detroit comes to respect all users of the road in the same way. Two things that I learned during the Bike Mike Tour is that sustainability and rain here are BIG! We stopped near an incinerator that powers 75% of the city, YET has zero emissions! We were standing near ...
... wore me out before lunch at Henrik's. Lunch was, however, absolutely delicious! I may have been half awake but my taste buds never sleep! The open faced sandwiches were tasty, with smoked mackerel sprinkled with lemon. Nom nom noms. And there must be drugs in Danish apple juice because it was addicting. I might've had more than my fair share, but then again what is ...