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... bring your rain coat! The snow tends to come earlier than it does in England, so be aware of any possible effects on travel or transport in the months of October through to March.
Our group stayed in the 'generator' hostel in the town centre. Despite its very reasonable, cheap prices the hostel was very clean and the staff were very friendly. Don't feel obliged to overpay for hotels, as our experiences suggest that even the cheaper options are ...
Then we came back and dropped off the backpacks and went for a walk in the bug park and botanical gardens with a little mini-version of Denmark.
Its cheaper if you after hours, as its free.
Breezy but warming up, every day more buds and flowers.
Tomorrow we take the train to Alborg to see Profa Paola.
... I didn't realise how diverse the fashion was back home, or at least it is in comparison to here! People are more than happy to help out if you're lost and like to talk, which I enjoy! You can learn so much from a simple conversation! However, in saying that, I have found that people find the New Zealand accent quite hard to understand at times, both in our pronunciation of words as well as in our colloquial language. It's funny how quickly ...
After a bit of a sleep in, Anne made me breakfast of scrambled eggs, smoothies and warm bread. We relaxed for a bit before it was time to go buy carrots and meet Ida to go feed the deer. We bought organic carrots for the deer because we care about their bodies. Those carrots were also on special, and therefore cheaper than all the others.
We then met Ida and took the bus to get to the forest. Except it wasn't that simple. Anne and Ida had ...
... abuse in the prison from the 1970s. They displayed the homemade bongs that the prisoners had made with tomato sauce bottles, pieces of hose and toothpaste containers.
I also enjoyed reading the stories of the prisoners that were in each cell. They had their name, crime and sentence in their cell, and a little story of their life. I was really surprised reading how many tried to escape- some successfully, others not so much. With all the ones ...