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... So, we cashed in our Kroner bills for Kroner coins but are a bit worried that we will be rejected again, suitcases in hand, and a plane elsewhere to catch.
After my glowing comments yesterday about the economic safety net of Danish Socialism, we have seen that there are still some disturbingly filthy homeless men and women on the streets near the train station and other tourist areas. A society can provide for those who want help, but can't do much, I ...
... small island in the middle, before warming up in a traditional Swedish Sauna. Several days later it was so cold one was almost be able to walk across the now solid lake and eventually another guild claimed the telephone box. All exchange students (more or less) are also involved with the biggest social group of the exchange, the Erasmus Student Network (ESN), which organise literally countless parties, gatherings and overseas trips. I'll talk about some of the ...
We caught the train from Stockholm to Copenhagen across the Baltic Sea. The snow got less and less as we got closer to Denmark. It was about 0 when we arrived, so cool but bearable. Immediately I felt comfortable in the surroundings, it was very clean and a good mixture of modern and old buildings. I liked the city a lot.
We took a hop ...
... hours instead. [nb: at the very end of the day we did happen across a free bike stand *groan* but they were way too big for Tallis to ride and so would have been impossible for us to hire 2 and dink 3 boys anyway. Plus- being the only stand we found… we would have risked riding around for ages trying to find another stand to return them too]
As it turned out, the Danish REALLY love their bikes. We ...
... a bike club meet, some kind of young person challenge day thingy, Lycra clad rambling groups and donuts around the carpark in the middle of the night (not so good).
Got to Copenhagen the next day. The city centre aire was full but they put us onto a 'proper' campsite which was about 5km out and was actually cheaper. It was pretty basic - portacabin showers for example - but perfect for what we needed. We ...