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... got to see this all. I tried taking some pictures of it as well, but I'm not sure you can see it very well as the lighting wasn't being that helpful.
The match itself was pretty amazing to see, quite brutal at times though. My seat was right in front of the ice, so each time they slammed into the sides or the puck got slammed against it I had a really good view of it. During the match there were three breaks and during the breaks they set up these smaller 'fields' and ...
... too difficult for me to pick up a new language. Dyslexia doesn't make it easier to learn languages but I've been picking it up with more ease than I expected.
My other class this period won't start until next week, which will be about special needs education. I don't know exactly what to expect yet, so I'll just have to wait and see.
... weeks You constantly see parents and teachers in the park watching the children go down the hill on a sleigh, which made it quite tempting to get one myself. I managed to resist though, as most of the sleighs are expensive or too small.
Anyhow, most of my neighbours have different classes than I do. Which makes it difficult to meet up at times. We still talk and stuff by the use of whatsapp and facebook, especially for us ...
... to meet up with them, invite them for a fika. We Swedes are shy and should be handled with caution"
Anyhow, I think I should explain a bit more on what a fika is. A fika is a bit like a high tea, and I say a bit because though the intention is the same the details are not. Basically what you have during a fika is a cup of tea or coffee and a pastry of some kind.
The pastries range from sweet pastries and cookies, such as ...
... I think, 4 hours I was pretty hungry again.
In between eating, snacking and listening music I certainly enjoyed the Danish sights. What i found most surprising was that the landscape wasn't that different from what we have in the Netherlands. The biggest difference were the small churches that we could see every now and then. Apparently they are what Denmark is famous for. A high tower like front and a small building behind it. It's not ...