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... same. And most people over the age of 60 cannot speak English which makes my nursing role quite difficult, especially when I am assisting with a catheter and can't even say "How are you today?" and make small talk while cleaning up a penis.
Aahus is an hour by train from Viborg and is a CITY! It's beautiful and alive and it has a DEER park which I am yet to visit. It is so close, great for a weekend to do some shopping or just people ...
... regner jeg med, at kunne sige, at det var alle pengene værd, når jeg kommer hjem en gang i november. Jeg håber, at jeg med denne blog kan holde alle jer derhjemme opdateret mens jeg er afsted! Jeg vil løbende skrive om mine tanker og oplevelser, gøre jer jaloux med smukke billeder fra turen, og så uploade det hele når/hvis vi kommer i kontakt med civilisationen og i den forbindelse wifi. Hvis dette ikke sker, vil jeg uploade det hele når ...
So I have been putting off this entry, as it is my last for a while (before I book more trips) and so I had time to explore Viborg before I made a judgement call.
From what I can tell it is a quiet, medieval town. It's fairly big in size but not population dense. The weather is like Melbourne winter (even though it is supposed to be end of summer) it is cool, showery and foggy already.
It is quite beautiful though, ...
... challenging that the children spoke Danish and we only spoke English, but we still had a great time with them...and so did Indy! She really adored Alfred, had fun play times in Lili's room and she was once again very smitten with baby Lea.
Conversation flowed very naturally from the first moment of meeting with Michelle and Anders and there was never a quiet moment. We all loved comparing Denmark to Darwin and vice versa. It was so nice to get to know them and stay in ...
... bag to stay at Anne's house, as Ida would be staying at her boyfriend's house.
We baked a brownie cake back a Anne's place, and had traditional smorrebrod for dinner. This is where they have dark bread, topped with a range of toppings, such as egg and shrimp, roast beef and onion, warm pate and bacon.
I really enjoyed it. Apparently Danish people usually eat this every day.
It was a really chilled day, but a really good one!