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... onto a bus. A few minutes later, we got off the boat near a tourist information center. That is when we found out the sites we wanted to visit were each at least an hour out of town. We decided to take our chances in town.
We set out on foot from the tourist information center. We had zero idea where we were going or what we would do in town. Following the crowd from our bus seemed a good place to start. At one point, ...
... work on Monday by gathering up all the gear/supplies we will need over the next few weeks. Was also a nice time to reconnect with folks at DTU, including Niels who I've stayed with on the last three trips. Hoping to get out fishing with him this time and also repay many of the excellent meals he fed me. We spent most of Monday afternoon melting plastic containers and trying to not get high on the fumes, great way to overcome jet lag.
Tuesday and ...
... ground. For you who have seen me bend, you would know I bend my legs too (hence I can see my feet)
But today, my legs we straight. I am not as flexible as some, so I was just going with it seeing how far I could go.
Then he said "look back"
I thought this was just to stretch my back more.
I looked back, and for the first time in my life, with my legs straight, I could see my feet!!
Maybe, just maybe, I can get heaps better after all! :)
... physiological condition influence their behavior and survival as they migrate to the ocean. Each fish is individually tagged so we can track their movements, hopefully enough manage to avoid being eaten by cormorants and pike! Big thank you to everyone who helped out with the project, we put in some long days but it should pay off. We also had lots of discussions about some future work we can do together in Denmark and Martin will likely be coming to Canada soon! Outside of ...
... river and ōss "mouth". It has 800,000 inhabitants (300,000 in the city limits and 500,000 outside, and nearly 12% of the population are immigrants), second largest city to Copenhagen in Denmark. Aarhus dates back to at least 951, and archaeological findings date back some 1,300 years to Viking times. This means that Aarhus itself is presumably older than 770 AD, making it the oldest big city in Scandinavia.
(A brief geography ...