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... was hell and gave me some killer jetlag lasting 5 days but I was home. I did what had to be done, said my final goodbyes to my baby brother and turned around and came back to Denmark. Not exactly how I imagined my exchange or life in general to ever pan out but no one ever imagines these things for good reason. It's impossible. Anyway so I got back to Denmark and jumped straight into placement. 5am starts with my days filled with at least ...
... They have very limited selection of different products in the supermarkets, you might have to go to 3 or 4 to find all the ingredients you want just to make stir fry.
It is super expensive! A small fries and medium coke from McDonalds is approximately $7. Not to mention our local McDonalds is on a hill which is murder on a bike so you really have to work for your meal. A chai latte $6, you won't find a lunch meal eg. sandwhich at a cafe under ...
... expenses in sight, I'm hoping and counting on being able to say, that it was worth the money, when I get home some time in november. I'm hoping, that this blog will make me able to keep everyone at home updated, while I'm away. I'll write about my thoughts and experiences, make you jealous with beautiful pictures, and upload everything when/if we reach civilisation and wifi. If we don't, I'm going to upload it all, when I get home, and then there'll be reading material for a few ...
So I have been putting off this entry, as it is my last for a while (before I book more trips) and so I had time to explore Viborg before I made a judgement call.
From what I can tell it is a quiet, medieval town. It's fairly big in size but not population dense. The weather is like Melbourne winter (even though it is supposed to be end of summer) it is cool, showery and foggy already.
It is quite beautiful though, ...