Scandic Bygholm Park
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... that cater for truckies and the general public - think the Papakura one on the southern motorway, but much bigger.
Apart from the sign we wouldn't have known we had crossed into Denmark and northern Europe, although the car's external temp gauge was telling us we had got a reasonable way north as it was only 19 degrees despite being a nice sunny day.
At Kolding we visited Koldinghus, an old castle in the middle of town, that dates back to ...
... with everyone else, you're thrown when you realise that what you're singing is not the lyrics being played and the song isn't even in English!
I also saw my first handball match over the weekend. Before coming to Denmark, I thought handball was the primary school game of four square. It isn't. It's a cross between football and basketball, where the aim is to throw the ball into the net. It was quite fun to watch - the atmosphere was really good as everyone was cheering ...
... challenging that the children spoke Danish and we only spoke English, but we still had a great time with them...and so did Indy! She really adored Alfred, had fun play times in Lili's room and she was once again very smitten with baby Lea.
Conversation flowed very naturally from the first moment of meeting with Michelle and Anders and there was never a quiet moment. We all loved comparing Denmark to Darwin and vice versa. It was so nice to get to know them and stay in ...
... smaller caramelised potatoes and.... chips. Yes, cold chips, the way dad used to have it as a kid. I couldn't believe that that was something that was a Danish tradition.
After the clean up, we chatted some more, before we realised it was already 10:30. The light outside is really hard to measure when it is late and time to go home.
We got home later and went straight to bed.
... successful, they seemed to be caught eventually. There was one prisoner who sent the head prison guard a Christmas card at Christmastime after his escape, but the next line in his story read that he later died in jail. There was another prisoner who sent a year digging a 19m long tunnel and escaped, leaving a note saying 'where there's a will, there's a way'. Apparently he also died in jail.
There was another prisoner who attempted escape, but ...