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... giving me a four day weekend which will come in handy when travelling! This week has been made more intense than usual as we have had the Intro activities in the evenings on top of classes. I discovered I was the first New Zealand law student at Aarhus, which was highlighted when the co-ordinater became rather excited after I introduced myself!
It snowed the first couple of days here in Aarhus which made the city so pretty! Snow is a very novel experience as it never ...
... of people is very liberal - almost anything goes. It creates a very interesting dynamic between the two.
In saying that, some of the differences are really cool. At the university, they have Friday bars. As the name would suggest, it is basically where each faculty has a bar (in their cantine) and each Friday afternoon, students gather there to socialise after class and drink, as they sell the alcohol really cheap. Each ...
... now stone, or encase wooden beams in cement, to prevent the spread of fire and a lot of buildings have the corners removed so that firetrucks can more easily navigate the narrow European streets.
Denmark is quite informal - people here have a casual sense of style, yet it still seems very put together and chic. Their style is very simple and the most popular colour combination is black on black on black. And their general style is ...
... tall float with "Hare Krishna" on the side.
I bought myself a T-shirt and was pretty happy with my purchase.
We went for dinner at a cheap (but tasty) Asian restaurant. You could get an entrée and main for 85 kr. which is a pretty good deal here, though I still see those 'high' prices and forget I have to divide by 5 to get the Australian dollar value.
At the movie cinemas, they had a mini lolly supermarket inside. You wore a disposable ...
Docked at the pier around noon and had to shuttle us to Aarhus, Denmark. The pier is commercial and pedestrians are not allowed to walk to town.
Today is Sunday and only bars and restaurants were open, no retail stores. Walked a few of the cobblestone steets and took ...