March 2016 archive

St-Patrick’s day fun.

This photo was taken at 1 PM in the only Irish pub open at this time of year. The bar was packed with Matt, the bartender and I…not exactly what I’m used to on this day but we made the best of it. I brought my own green food colouring just in case the Bulgarians didn’t have any.

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Abandoned waterslide close to our house.

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Good spot to watch the sun set over the Black Sea.

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Matt didn’t appreciate my singing/yelling through the plastic tube.

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Peeking in the windows of the world famous restaurant Noma.

Just our luck, the week we arrive in Denmark Noma closes its doors(temporarily) and relocates to Australia for the opening of their latest restaurant.  Oh well, that saved us about $900+! 

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Welcome to Copenhagen!

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I love the mix of old and new buildings!

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Looking “smart” wearing a virtual reality machine.

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“Punch it”

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Day trip to Denmark.

You can easily travel between Malmo(Sweden) and Copenhagen(Denmark) by fast trains. A new train departs every 20 minutes!

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Bicycle Park-n-Ride.

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The fanciest 7-Eleven I’ve ever seen.

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Malmo C station. Notice the spoon and fork chandelier on the right hanging above the Burger King diners. 

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Interesting mall at the Hyllie station.

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Platform 1b goes to Denmark.

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Can’t take him anywhere.

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The train rides for 30 minutes on the Øresund bridge and then dips into the Drogden Tunnel for the last 4 kilometers of the journey before arriving in Copenhagen.

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Denmark!

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