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Travel Blogs from Ballerup
... He is lovely, and I hope he uses the email address I gave him!
Then it was bussing time. To my couchsurfing host!
We had a lovely Danish dish for tea, followed by a Danish yogurt thing. It was lovely!
And now my fellow readers...you know what I mean when I say I WILL get around to updating my blog...all at once!
I hope you can enjoy the last week of my life, and it will be quite steady for the net week as far as posting goes!
... We were fortunate to have a gorgeous sunny day which made for great picture taking. There was a DIS professor at the site to give us a 15 minute history lesson on the area. He told us about how the light side of the harbor is called the naughty side because when the WWII soldiers would come into port that is where the ladies of the night resided. He also told us of all of the theater opportunities and discounts for students to plays and the world ...
... a little island neighborhood across the canal from the rest of Copenhagen. It was originally a swampy, wet area, but one of the kings was inspired by Amsterdam and had it filled in. Due to the tax incentives, it was once a merchant area.
One of the main sights is a large and beautiful church with an external staircase that goes to the top for one of the best views of Copenhagen. Supposedly, you can also see Sweden from there. We didn't climb it- I don't even ...
... tourists, are: 1) the language or dialect of a place, and,
2) the local cuisine. I believe that if you're motivated to try hard and learn
at least basic communication principles and phrases of the country you're
visiting, and willing and desirous to at least sample anything that's served to
you (more so if you make a resolution to eat only dishes native to the country,
or at least as often as possible), you get an "A" in traveling. ...
... in jail:)
I have travelled alot but only gotten robbed twice..Once in Thailand when I didnt even know I was robbed as someone had taken out most of my cash but been kind enough to put in outgoing currencies like Irish pounds, german deutche mark etc and left my cards, camera passport alone.
Second time now in Ecuador was a bit more dramatic but in the end I got my most beloved things back:) They do say that ...