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... the ending was very average but it was alright. Most movies are in English with Danish subtitles. The popcorn and coke was worth it!
Anyway we wandered back to our hostel ready to crash, completely exhausted and our sunburn stinging from the previous day. Anyway we were stuck with a snorer in our room. But not any snoring this sounding like a mating elephant, I have honestly no idea how she didn't wake herself up it echoed ...
... soft drugs on the street and is full of graffetti so it will be an experience.
All education including uni, masters degrees is free (you actually get paid an allowance), all health care is free even specialists but their taxes are super high.
There water has a LOT of calcium in it, making all cups and cutlery look dirty. I'm not sure if it is added or just their water.
Vegemite is illegal here due to the added Vitamin B. ...
... busy field days, collecting fish and assessing whether they are bold (e.g., will leave a shelter and explore their surroundings) or shy (e.g., they do nothing). Turns out most are shy and boring, but we thankfully we have some bold ones and we are going to try to see if their behaviour is "flexible". Today and Friday are light work days where we only have to stress fish out a couple times so we managed to get out to Meigarder (spelling?) Fjord for some sea ...
... managed to have a very nice evening in Aarhus with great friends, food and wine. It has a very old and beautiful downtown and the snowstorm that evening made it even more lovely. Hope to see everyone soon either again in Denmark or back in Canada. Thank you also to Niels and Axel for hosting me nice again. Their place feels like home here in Denmark, can't wait to see everyone again! Now off to Venice by way of Brussels... Perhaps some Easter Belgian chocolates are in Maja and my ...
Something to note to all new visitors in Denmark: the country has a governmental law that limits the amount of time any store can stay open during the day, most closing before 5pm (hence the reason people leave work at 4 perhaps?)
Fortunately, I was able to make it to the local convenience store just before they closed for the night, and I was able ...