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... the ending was very average but it was alright. Most movies are in English with Danish subtitles. The popcorn and coke was worth it!
Anyway we wandered back to our hostel ready to crash, completely exhausted and our sunburn stinging from the previous day. Anyway we were stuck with a snorer in our room. But not any snoring this sounding like a mating elephant, I have honestly no idea how she didn't wake herself up it echoed ...
... all foods fortified with vitamins and minerals apart from those regulated by their government?
In the community nursing team the nurses aren't expected to assist with self care of patients. There is only 4 or 5 nurses working in the day with a team on 10 or so PCA equivalents who go to the patients houses and shower them, dress them, assist with all the ADL's, put on compression stockings, etc. Where the nurses are only to visit those who ...
... as well, however in Denmark it only shows Danish, without any English options which I found bizarre, so it took a while for us to figure out how to catch the train out of Copenhagen but we got there. The language classes will be very helpful.
The train ride from Copenhagen to Viborg was long (5 hours) and most of the scenery was just green fields. The country side is beautiful and there is a LOT of it. If it was summer ...
... Adrian asked if I wanted a coffee or anything from the store and I burst into tears. Brilliant Karen, more crying, such a sook. Gea held it together and gave me a cuddle and a reassuring squeeze on the arm. Big breath I told myself, everything is going to be ok.
While waiting for our train an announcement was made over the PA, totally oblivious and distracted by Indy pointing at old gum on the ground I had no idea about the message contents...thankfully Gea was listening ...
... had one left by then, a very tiny carrot. Ida helped me out while Anne documented the moment, and after one failed attempt where I backed out, on the second try I let the deer take the carrot from my fingers.
We walked around a bit more, and saw more deer hanging out. It's baby season, and I saw one baby from awhile away, but we were warned not to get close.
We also saw some hogs in a separate enclosure, but they were harder to see ...