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Travel Blogs from Ebeltoft
... br> Alex and Rosie...meet everyone.
Everyone...meet Rosie and Alex!
We got talking about heaps of stuff, and then decided to play jenga (with half a box) and cards
while drinking what were supposedly apple shots.
They tasted like licorice, which ...
... town that has model houses of actual buildings from the 1700's, 1800's 1920's and 1970's.
It was really interesting to see just how simply people lived back then, and the dramatic change to having too much stuff.
I think even people from the time with lots of ...
No, I am not watching more Back to the Future...that's not the reason I have McFly as the heading!
But that would work for BTTF now that I think about it....
Today, I went to Jakob's English class as a guest thing. Thing, yep...I am a thing!
When I got there (got lost on the way), I went with Jakob up to his class.
I don't reckon I would have been standing there for more than 5 minutes, when one of his ...
... s probably Danish. Even
the cheap plastic chairs you see everywhere are Danish. The Danes know a
thing or two about design, especially chairs! I've never seen so many
chairs that I was excited to sit in and ironically there weren't any
chairs I was allowed to sit in, a major flaw in a furniture museum.
The sleepy little town of Ebeltoft is actually one of Jutland's major tourist towns during the summer, except we went during ...
... pleasant one. What particularly stood out was, when we got to the beach at the end of the forest track, it was as if mankind hadn't been invented. It was pristine, nothing on it other than that which was supposed to be there. It was a really, really telling contrast between what we find on our beaches and here. It’s no wonder that we frequently fail to get the blue flag award for our beaches, there is no comparison and it’s not that the area ...