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... 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. ...
... grocery shopping. In terms of clothes the only chain store it has is H&M the rest are all small (reasonably expensive) boutique stores. A pair of Havianas here costs $66 AUD!!!
The train station, indoor pool and hospital is about a 30min walk, so we have just invested in second hand bikes which will be essential during placement when it will be dark at 4pm and icy cold and wet. Now I just have to learn how to ride a ...
... the car. Back at the car, we had an unwelcome surprise: a parking fine. We always look carefully whether we need to pay for parking, but didn't see anything on arrival at the car park. However, as the unsympathetic traffic cop pointed out, there was indeed a sign at the entrance indicating that we needed to pay for parking. When we told him that it was in Danish and that we didn't understand, he pointed out that there was an English translation, even though he admitted that ...
... I'm going to miss both my family and friends. I really enjoyed the last dip in the lake with some of my friends.
Also, thanks to Jens for some awesome oreo-milkshakes
- I'm going to keep the pictures on my camera for when i get homesick ^_^
That was some text - Now let's see what all these buttons do.
Also: TravelPod claims that Silkeborg is a city in "Midtjyllen" not "Midtjylland" :D
... 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 ...