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... day. I understood why the weather had been so unpalatable over the week-end: we had missed a massive storm by one day. This came down on Denmark and northern Germany with all its might while I was heading south.
P.S. To the German speaking people: I will keep most of the blog entries descriptions in English since it is the common language between us all.
... You can walk around without any security. We then drove to the beach and had a beer. The beach was a bit windy and cold but not too bad. We took a drive around Arhaus. There are some beautiful buildings. We got home and walked to a local restaurant for dinner. The meal would have cost a fortune. We walked home and drank more beer and talked some more. Good ...
... Rosie, both from Oxford (which is kinda creepy) and we went for a drink with a bunch of people.
Well we went for a walk in search of a pub. We did end up finding one, and had a lovely cider there listening to live music.
I still had a jenga box hat on.
... on Facebook and with the help of her mum and dad, I organised to come to their place early.
4 hours earlier than I said I would.
The best part? Jakob has no idea that I am coming early.
Nor does he know, that I will be picking him up from school.
I smile just thinking about the reaction I am going to get.
It is going to be pretty hard to surprise anyone at home in Australia in my family….they all read my blog too much.
But I have ...
... I mean.
This had been the first time Irfhan, Cole and Sahra had been to Denmark and they all thoroughly enjoyed it. It even made Cole's 'Top 3 Favourite Places in the World To Visit'! Reasons for this prestigious rating? Because of the amazing soft ice cream, the amazing fresh bread that Pernille baked almost every morning(!), the amazing bike rides, the amazing trampoline in Pernille's backyard, and of course, the amazingly Great ...