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... keep us focused (and amused) we have created a list of things we want to do on this trip. We all have different ones, but here is some examples of what we hope to do:
- see some moose
- have homemade alcohol, northern style
- throw an austere crayfish party (hats included)
- proper sauna sessions
- meet some awesome people
I hope you guys want to follow us on this crazy journey, and maybe cycle some miles with us. Who knows!?
Lots of love
... the sea. It certainly is a busy area here.
We wake to rain, not heavy but in the air but by the time we have packed up and ready to leave the rain is falling heavily. We leave the very attractive campsite and as we stop to pay our bill at the camp shop we see a red squirrel, you don’t see too many of them!
As we leave the area we find the road we should have come in on and the roundabouts, ...
... over. A few in the process; luckily no one was around. Tricky Tivoli This amusement Mecca is a lot of fun, but can be down right a grade A ripoff too. 30dkk for a locker rental comes in handy for safekeeping while on thrill rides. An additional 25dkk for refillable every 15 minute soda. Overpriced hot dogs and snacks. Fee for rides plus admission. If one will ride 3 or more fast rides it is ...
... We stood out the front of the Danish royal families winter residence trying to see inside and work out who that man in the suit was. We rode back to our hostel to meet Gabriel for dinner and a few drinks. We bumped into Aris, another of our Stockholm friends and invited him to join us. We decided the hostel beer was too cheap to leave and just ordered pizzas there instead. We talked and laughed and shared what we know and still I awaited ...
... that burned down much of the area. City Hall, for example, has now been reestablished three times. Despite some hard times such as this, the country of Denmark today has been known as the happiest place in the world! I think the main reason is because of its unique culture. The Danish people care for each other and genuinely want to help. There is an interconnectedness and a sense of community found nowhere else in the world. I really like ...