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... liberated by the British army in April 1945, because the people were in such poor physical condition.
Then it was onto the autobahn and north to Hamburg to stock up on supplies before crossing into Denmark as we had been told everything was dearer in Scandinavia.
Alas all the supermarkets we found were closed, so it was "Auf Weidersen Pet" and back on the autobahn again to head for the border. There was a brief lunch stop at one of the many ...
... their alcohol! This is going to make not being a big drinker rather interesting I can imagine. One thing you will notice at Danish parties/clubs is that old-school songs are really popular- more so than current music. I have heard so many songs from 90s and early 2000s, even going as far back as the 60s and 70s! What makes it interesting however, is that often the songs will have been translated into Danish, so when you hear the song come on and you're prepared to belt out the ...
... was to see more family from Adrian's mums side. A quick run down of the family we visited includes:
Michelle & Anders (Alfred 7, Lili 5 & Lea 5 months)
John (Reike 16 yrs)
Jack & Theresa (Wilma 1 year)
Michelle, Boy and Jack are the children of Goi, Adrian's mums (Pat) sister, who sadly passed away from cancer in December 2012.
We stayed with Michelle, Anders & kids and it was SO wonderful. I must admit it was ...
... with preparing the meat and potatoes, while I watched.
We then sat down with coffee and tea and chatted while the food cooked. We watched funny videos on the internet and waited as the food smelled better and better. Eventually it was time to eat, and we set the table and arranged the food on the table. A Danish Christmas dinner consists of pork, LOTS of gravy, red cabbage, ...
... 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 ...