Hotel Opus Horsens
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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.
... any that were not good we gave to the dog to chew. There was corn all around the farm because the dog started stealing all our corn and running off with it.
The next day we met up with even more friends and family at the original family farm where my great grandparents had lived and my FarFar was born. Even though I got stung by a thistle there while playing football (soccer) it was still pretty amazing to learn about my family history and see all the old (in a good way) ...
... and gorgeous view.
We then went to a restaurant right on the boardwalk to have lunch. It was the fanciest place I've been to since I've been here, and seeing as we were by the sea, we all had fish. I had salmon, and I realised that nothing will be as good as Dad's salmon, but it was still tasty.
We chatted for awhile at the restaurant, having hot chocolates and relaxing.
Ida and I took the bus back to her place, where I packed ...
... It gave it a really nice atmosphere, because you could wander as you pleased, and it wasn't cluttered by cars. In fact, it wasn't cluttered by people, either. I was struck with how sleepy the town was, especially in the main shopping street on a Saturday early afternoon. Apparently all the shops close by 4pm, so they were already winding up by 2pm.
We walked to Ida's favourite ice cream store, where she treated me to a milkshake. We carried our ...
... a small city on the coast of Denmark. We wandered around for about 2 hrs, connected to their free Wi-Fi for 10 mins or so before hitting the buses again & back to the ship. Ohh one strange fact while in Aarhus the streets had cloths lines strung across them with Red white & blue bra's, undies shorts & tops all ladies clothing we weren’t sure of the reason but it did add colour & brightness ...