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Category Archives:Denmark

Walking Tours of a White Copenhagen – a photo essay

When visiting a new city alone your only friend is a map. Though a map is not great at conversation. I learnt this the embarrassing way. There are plenty of sights to see in Copenhagen in winter, which could be comfortably seen in 3 or 4 days.

But I learnt that when you have no one to bounce ideas off, or tell you when breaks are needed, you will just seem to walk all day, see everything at double speed, then be absolutely rooted by 6pm.

I ended up in Copenhagen because I had just began my semester abroad in Leeds and planned to see as much of Europe as possible in the process. After getting settled I distinctly remember saying to my housemate who had come over from Australia within the first few days: “So, where do you want to go this weekend?”

Frederiks Church Copenhagen, Denmark
Frederiks Church

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Møns Klint from Vordingborggade, an interview with Monica Gray

Welcome to these week’s instalment of the Nomad Files, featuring Monica Gray of Globe Trottica. I met Monica on Twitter and after perusing her site fell instantly in love. With her content that is… (I’m happily married).

I was instantly drawn to her writings on Scandinavia and felt that old pang of wanderlust sweeping over me once more. Without me mentioning this, Monica aptly decided to write about her time in Denmark, but I’ll leave her to tell you all about it.

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