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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.
... waited to board the ship. The upside was happening upon the Thon Hotel (we had stayed at one in Oslo), and told the clerk our plight. Ingrid allowed us to store our luggage and return later to use the lounge, the computer and free coffee until time to go to the dock after midnight. We felt ...
... 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.
After bedding down next to a path by a bird sanctuary, I awake to continue down the coast to the ferry. I replace my first tyre, and notice that my rugged offroad tyres now resemble racing superslicks.The weather has cleared up, I make camp about 14k from the Ebeltoft ferry in some woods. In other news, I have begun talking to my bicycle. I have named him 'squeak'. I buy some chain lube to shut him up.
... the work can have enormous consequence.
Although this town was very quaint and offered a good postcard shot, there wasn't much to do. We did a sketching exercise at the old village church which wasn't anything special other than some creepy paintings of Jesus. However, it was interesting to see that they depicted his birth in a nordic chalet and the three wise men looked like characters from Viking Quest.
The hostel we stayed at ...