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So we arrived in Aarhus about 9am, and felt suprisingly fresh. It was pouring rain so we stayed in the train station and explored the shopping centre there while waiting for it to subside. There we bumped into our Danish language teacher Maiken (we are becoming local, running into acquantainces). Maiken is lovely and was up for a chat, as she was meeting her ex husband and daughter for a day out. We eventually said our goodbyes ...
... share of larger people.
They LOVE their pastries, like all European countries. However if it is YOUR birthday, YOU are expected to bring a treat for EVERYONE ELSE??? How bizarre!!
They call their lakes "seas" here I am getting excited to hear there is nearby beaches only to find a large murky lake.
Their language is horrible to learn. It is kind of a soft German? They have 3 extra letters and about 10 vowels, all of which ...
... have been close to impossible to spot it from more than a few metres away.
To make a long story short, after taking this up with Europark, the company in charge of that particular car park, I had to pay the full fine. They have the same level of customer service as a shoe box.
Feeling a bit upset and liking Denmark slightly less, we continued towards Odense. It soon became clear that we had underestimated the distance that we had to drive that day and ...
... a great ice breaker. We had some truly great times ripping up Aarhus and mainly at our regular favorite bar "Tir Na Nog". Robin definitely knows how to party and, despite his overgrown hair and lack of proper accommodations, the ladies seem to take him quite seriously. lol. All in all, we had a great time with our new friend and plan to visit him in Hamburg at some point in the fall.
To make the weekend even better, the ...
... me. Great. I ask them if they speak English, and thankfully they do. They looked at the schedule board and asked me if I was headed to Copenhagen and I replied yes, after which they sighed, shook their heads, and grumbled to each other about their train system. I asked them where I should go while I waited, and they said I could stay there if I wanted, but they preferred I go into a 24-hour mart around the corner where at least I wouldn’t be alone. ...
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