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... it was time for home. We arrived home at about 4pm Saturday, ready for a week of uni/exams before placement the next week.
Sunday I got the flu. YAY. Although I can't be too upset it is the only time I have been sick this trip so far so I should be grateful, but still it sucks!
Anyway holidays over!! Stay tuned for placement blogs covering my time in surgery.
PLEASE NOTE: They could be graphic in nature.
We walked off the ship to a bus and it started raining, got off the bus and walked few blocks and it started pouring, ahahaha. We had no tour for this day so when it rained we went into this restaurant called Bones with USA nastalgia all over the walls and the food was great too!! We then ...
First day of classes began at 9:00a.m. and did the whole orientation thing. We have several free weekends when we return from the digsite in a couple of weeks, so a couple of my housemates and I are planning on traveling a bit around the area. We started discussing the background of the Vikings and also literacy in Scandinavia, but we were all still jet-lagged and were falling asleep in the middle of lecture, so we were released a little early.
Food, however, was an ...
... through it in order to meet a couple more of the EF exchange students at 8pm.
At 7:50 we walked down to Aboulevarden, which was a canal street with a nice area to sit and visit. It took us less than 10 minutes to get there and I immediately spotted Pernille Oschatzchen from my home room class a couple of years ago. It was great to see her and catch up with her. About 10 minutes later, Rasmus Jensen came up. Rasmus attended camp ...
... open-air museum of its kind, concentrating on town culture rather than village culture, and to this day it remains one of just a few top rated Danish museums outside Copenhagen.
On the way back to the ship we have time for one more museum – The Viking Aros, an ancient Viking town (circa 770) located by new excavations within the old ramparts in central Aarhus.