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... a skull or skeleton prominently displayed. That just seems out of the ordinary for a cathedral.
Leaving the cathedral, we wanted to find a refrigerator magnet from Aarhus. We only found run of the mill shops and department stores. We ended up alongside a canal at the Ziggy Café. We sat outside, facing the canal, so we could watch the world go by. Luckily, the buildings provided a good windbreak. Even still, Leslie ...
Today, thanks to Hans, I am going to join in on a circus class.
I was so excited!
I had a great time, but at the end I was quite down.
I had the realisation, that I may never get the chance to be a professional performer.
This hit quite hard, but it was fun regardless.
I got home and spend time talking random stuff with my siblings and then joined Jakob watching some Danish thing is his room.
I ended up being ...
... red Renault Cleo station wagon.
We had planned a fair bit of driving for the day and our first stop was Helsingør - a bit out of our way. This city is situated on the north-eastern tip of the island of Zealand and is home to Hamlet's castle, an impressive fortress guarding the entrance to the Øresund. The castle, known as Kronborg castle, is the main tourist attraction in the area and the reason we had made this detour.
We opted not to go into the ...
... hot dog but was too full to eat it so I grabbed a pic. Work is going quite well, it has been unusually cold, but so far no rain and only a little snow. We have kept the tradition of eating a Danish pastry every day and capping off the field day with a beer. Just writing this on our 1.5 hr long commute to the field site, not much to do but listen to pop music and watch the fields roll by! Plans for tonight include a shower, dinner, and bed! Oh and did I mention it snowed in ...
...already in the making for a "great story"...
After ~20 hours of travel time, I finally arrived at my apartment in Aarhus (pronounced "Oar-hoose"), disheveled and cracked out on caffeine, I jumped right in to the major task of unpacking my 3 suitcases to settle in to my new company apartment, where I would reside for the next 3 months.
First thing the ...