We ...

... have returned.


We have.

Though, personally, I think it was a close call. I was willing to put in the extra week but social obligations, lack of financial support, tiredness and the unwillingness to eat another goddamned hotel breakfast were all instrumental in our return. Read closely: we did not return because we were tired of Denmark. Denmark is awesome. You do not want to be in a rush if you're visiting because the anxiety will kill you but the country is awesome, the people are awesome, everything is awesome.

We managed to squeeze in an enormous amount of 'things to do' including the mermaid statue, botanical gardens, several very cool museums, a zoo, an aquarium and an awesome amount of Tivoli.

Tivoli. How I love Tivoli. Imagine Disneyland without fakery and with heart and soul. They've been going for 150 years so they know how to entertain. There's music and rides and food and lights and weird events and awesomely disturbing teas and waiting for your hamburgers and boys who forget that wraps come, you know, Wrapped in something and conductors who conduct the audience and ladies who sing exactly two lines from the Show Must Go On and then leave and incredible coconut milkshakes and ...

It's endless. I'd be right there, right now. You know ... if I was in Denmark. And it was past 11.00. I feel like a walking advert for Copenhagen and strangely that doesn't bother me at all. I felt incredibly happy there and as I said a few times already: I could live there. So, the minute Maandag opens an office in Copenhagen I will ... ask Suus if she wouldn't mind me going there to wish them good luck before coming back and stuff.

Awesome holiday. I will post pictures. Maybe tell some more later. It's ... hard. Being home. I have to aclimatise.

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