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... 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 ...
... the problem.
Living in a dorm is also quite different (as I was still living at home before the exchange). It's nice to have your own space (and bathroom!) where you can have some downtime but you can still hang out with those on your floor via the shared dining room/kitchen/lounge if you want. The dorms also have some pretty cool traditions which should make living in them quite fun. They have an event called tour de chambre, ...
... feel lonely.
In saying that, my first experience travelling solo was a generally positive one. On the first night at my hostel, I met a girl in the dining area who was also an exchange student at the university I was studying at. We spent the next afternoon together, and grabbed some dinner together too. The first lot of people in my dorm were also solo travellers as well, so there already was some common ground between us and often ...
Today we went to a Scandinavian deer park with Ida and her boyfriend, Mathias. Mathias was able to borrow his mother's car, so he picked us up from Ida’s place and we travelled to the zoo. We weren’t sure exactly where to go, but after a few wrong turns, we made it.
The zoo is more of an open-range style, with the Scandinavian animals. It covers 450,000 square meters, so there was certainly lots of walking. They ...
... br> There was a multi-storey modern building located outside the park, but appeared right in the middle of most photos of that area. Anne and Ida said that people complained that it didn't fit with the look of the place, but it was too late, as it had already been built.
The houses were arranged as to look like a real town, and there were an array of businesses there; a milliner, a tailor, a shoemaker, a goldsmith, a clockmaker, the ...