It’s peak hour on HC Andersens Boulevard, one of the busiest roads in Copenhagen. My friends and I are perched on our bikes at the front of a lengthy (by … Continue Reading Copenhagen Bikies
It’s been almost three months since I stepped down into the crisp Danish air and it’s been amazing, we’ve been picked up in its wild winds. There are bikes everywhere, … Continue Reading Copen-hanging
After several flights involving an entire day in Shanghai, lost luggage (recovered the next day), chinese conmen (lost $10), and a burst luggage pocket (perhaps the $12 bag at Paddy’s … Continue Reading Copenhagen!
“Let’s get hyggelig!” These were the first three words out of the tall, twenty-something-year-old boys mouth as he walked into the party. Hygge is the hotly debated Danish word that … Continue Reading Let’s get hyggelig!
Today marks two months since I took my first step on Danish terrain; a country that I now consider my other home. Of course, one faces challenges when assimilating to … Continue Reading Aarhus vs. Sydney
Hej, from København! Ny Havn After spending almost three months calling Copenhagen home, I can safely say that I am yet to assimilate. To the annoyance of the Danish bike … Continue Reading København, Danmark
Hi I am Copenkeegan. I am studying for a semester at the University of Copenhagen. Currently, I am sitting in Christiania watching an assortment of interesting characters pass by on … Continue Reading Copenkeegan
Hey guys! I am spending the final semester of my undergraduate degree at Aarhus University in Aarhus, Denmark. Aarhus, “ the world’s smallest big city “ is the second largest … Continue Reading How to dress like a Dane
I arrived in Copenhagen just over a month ago and have had the privilege of meeting a number of interesting people, admiring beautiful sights and doing exciting things. In this time … Continue Reading København, Denmark!
My home, Tietgen Kollegiet in Amager, Copenhagen. This place is an architectural wonderland of amazingness. At night the lights reflect off all the surrounding canals and due to the great … Continue Reading Carla is in Copenhagen!
I will be studying my last semester of Journalism at the Danish School of Media and Journalism in Denmark. I am travelling all over Europe before the semester starts, and … Continue Reading And it Begins….
Hi all, My names Harry. I’ve been living in Denmark’s capital Copenhagen these past three months. It has been different. Snow, robot trains, living out of home and learning to … Continue Reading Copenhagen and Berlin Adventures
1) Get used to being cold After being greeted in København with a ‘mild’ -8°C, I soon learnt that although I feel cold in Australia, I never really knew what being … Continue Reading How to become a Dane
Aarhus, Denmark_ Rachael O’Toole A normal person would spend there last few hours before they leave for 6 months exchange making a list and checking it twice. However leaving the … Continue Reading bike city, bike rack city
My name is Michelle Vassiliou and I arrived in Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark a week before semester started, making Ikea a Scandinavian priority on day one! I’m … Continue Reading It’s pronounced Oar-hoos.