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... with Hannes catching up on news, going for a walk around his area and filling each other in on the past 15 months. It was so nice to see him again! Annelie and I enjoyed a nice mother's chat while out walking, hearing all about each other's family news. Over a delicious dinner of salmon we reminisced and shared stories about the year spent in Tumbarumba. It was a very relaxing night, full of laughter and memories. Poor Hannes, at one stage we were all in his bedroom looking ...
... are not too much in evidence. Guess the promoted smoking and drinking takes it toll. The younger generation all speak English very fluently and a lot speak German, Swedish and Norwegian as well. Apparently it is popular to travel by train to Germany for shopping.
I am looking forward to getting on the ship and more in depth blogs tomorrow. Off to bed while listening to the rain. Cheers for ...
... mini houses or bars. We tried the famous pølser, fish and chips, and lattes. Denmark is known for their pølser, which is a sausage on a roll, almost like a hot dog. It was topped with sauces and onions, and was very salty and delicious. There will definitely be more pølsers to ...
... clips of an interview of a female architect talking about various buildings and explaining why they were built as they were which was interesting, but there was not much to see. Jette was not impressed. Time for a coffee and a typical Danish pastry.... whilst overlooking one of the many backwaters watching the boats and the kayaks going up and down. Catching the metro we headed off to the seaside, where we walked on the almost deserted beach and saw the ...
... li>The Danish Royal Family is very laid back. You can walk right up to their front door and even see them taking their kids to school by bike.
- Navigating the canals by boat is hard work.
- Everything is more expensive here. Taxis are outrageous.
- Go to Torvehallerne Market - great place to find all kinds of Danish foods.
- Rent a boat (unless it’s windy) ...