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... since the winds were gale force (39-54 mph). Once we were off the ship, we felt the full force of those winds. It was actually uncomfortable to walk.
The ship actually docked in a cargo area of the port. I assume that was due to the draft of the ship. To disembark, we had to get a bus ticket and wait in one of the dining rooms. When the crew called the range of numbers that included ours, we disembarked the ship ...
... of treats so the house didn't feel so empty. We also did a shop shortly after landing, which was entertaining to say the least since Alex and I had not slept at all and had trouble thinking up menu items (bought lots of ground beef, liquorice candy, and chips...). Thankfully, we found out today there is a nearby Fakta that carries everything we need to supplement our previous efforts.
After keeping ourselves up late on Sunday night (8:00 pm), ...
My flexibility in my right leg never came back to how it was.
But today, it got better. Not fully, but better than it has been in a very long time.
When this guy was stretching my shoulders, he would pt my arms forward while I was lying on my stomach and then take e into chest stand.
It was awesome, because I usually do chest stand with my arms behind me!
Then he grabbed my hands and pulled my chest back (my legs were flat ...
... the things that weren't available. It would have been a much shorter conversation had she just said, "You have the option of either a hamburger or the Sunday roast". We chose the Sunday roast, which was lovely. The service was extremely relaxed (as elsewhere in Denmark), but we really enjoyed the food and (quiet) atmosphere.
Back at our apartment, we realised that not only did we need our own towels, we also had to make the bed ourselves. Strange, but at least everything was ...
... and it makes us wonder why we care to visit other suburbs. Is it because there is a store or restaurant that we don't have? Are our suburbs completely void of any culture? For a small country of 5 million citizens compared to America's 300 million it's easy to see how their government earns the respect of its people, but what can we learn from them? Just some food for thought that has been tickling my brain.
Until next time...Farvel