Exploring London

It’s been three days since I left the tiny country of Denmark. On Sunday morning I was feeling quite deflated. I didn’t want to leave and even now, sitting in London I want to go back. Though as much as I kept saying “I don’t want to go home,” we headed to the airport, checked in my luggage and soon I parted ways with my host family. I cried what felt like two liters worth of tears that morning, but I had to remember that within two hours I would be in London.

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It’s Hard To Say Goodbye

I’m writing this blog post on Friday the 5th of January. That means I have basically one and a half days left in Denmark. But fear not, the adventure is not over yet. All fourteen of the Australian Scouts staying in Denmark will meet up in Copenhagen Airport and fly to London. From there we will spend 5 days where we will sight see to our hearts content.

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A Bit About School + Update

This week was the last week of school for the year. Every Scout that is here will agree with the statement that school is so different in Denmark compared to home. It’s so relaxed. You call your teachers by their first names, there seems to be no dress code, you can leave school premises without having to sign out and you do almost everything with your class.

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Lunch, Lights and Christmas Trees

The weekend started on Friday night with a ‘Christmas lunch’. This party was with my class here in Denmark. We cooked, ate, laughed and sang songs ranging from Christmas classics to 80s hits.

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Another Day, Another Castle

After recovering from the adventure in Copenhagen, I woke up the find a little gift in the stocking hanging on my door. One of the many Christmas traditions my host family has is hanging a stocking on the door so Nisse (elf) can leave a gift.

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