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... the end of the line. Oh No! I remember thinking that the countless stops in between us and the end of the line meant it would take maybe 40+ minutes to get to the harbor, but we carried on. Twenty minutes later we were at the last stop, the Little Mermaid stop, and I was embarrassed to have actually recognized the stop. Because this stop was the same stop my parents and I took multiple times a day when traveling back to our hotel when they came to drop me off ...
... computers. You are not permitted to leave the exam during the first or last half hour of the allotted time. Tom, my friends, and me, all finished within the first two and a half hours and were done! We should find out our grades in about a month. The grading works differently here too...you can receive a -3, 0, 2, 4, 7, 10, or 12. A 2 is passing. It's such a different scale here and so confusing to adjust to! Most exchange students only need to pass their classes because ...
... is called slå katten af tønden ("hit the cat out of the barrel"); it's similar to using a piņata. But, the piņata is a wooden barrel filed with candy and oranges (which have images of a cat on them), so it's probably harder to hit open. Whoever hits the barrel open, making the candy spill out becomes kattedronning ("queen of cats"), and whoever knocks down the last pieve of the barrel becomes kattekonge ("king of cats"). Historically, there was a real black ...
We have returned to Denmark, a place we have come to love. I was here just last year when I visited on my own but Grant hasn't been here since 2007. We first came here in 1999, again in 2000 with all three girls and then Grant, Sarah and I visited in 2007 just before Christmas. People ask us why we like coming to Denmark and it's easy to answer - we have Sophie and her family to visit. Sophie came to us in Tumbarumba as a 16 year old exchange student in 1997/98 and we have stayed ...
... food at a good price. Eventually we found a Danish bakery and bought a roll that was full of pickles and made with dense bread. I just had to point, nod and accept what I was given. We walked more and eventually made our we back to the room around 5. I tried to do a bit of Stockholm research and rested up a bit more until Ben arrived home at 730pm. He cooked us a great meal and we once again slept ...