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... of their Wi-Fi to see if she might be connected. She walked up when the Wi-Fi rejected my request and told me to bug off. We had quite a bit in common and a few minor differences. The entire time I stayed with her she kept looking for things to do. The first things she listed off were the museums. I was a little worried she was going to make me go through all the museums with her. We ended ...
Can I just say...'noodles' is the silliest word ever, especially in a Danish accent. Why do we even have that word??
Then we chose a movie. I hate to be a pain to anyone at the best of times, so you can imagine how annoying I am when I am the only one who can't understand Danish!
I had to choose a movie for all of us, so began the process!
"Have you watched this one?"
Day 11, Sunday September 2, 2012
Geiranger to Ålesund to Bergen via The Hurtigruten Cruisehip, Richard With, at 12:45 A.M.
Ålesund is a quaint art noveau style city located on the North-Western coast of Norway with a population of 43,000, but appeared ...
... 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 ...
... festival was in full force as it was coming to a close. All day and night, the streets were filled with live music, traveling acts and of course widespread drinking. Once again, I have been shocked by the stark differences between Danish and Canadian culture. Every town in Denmark has their own week where they celebrate and enjoy live. I guess you might compare this to a town fair in Ontario; however, the atmosphere here is much ...