Posted in September 2012

Perfect København

Perfect København

There’s something about this city that is just so… perfect. It’s like no other city that I’ve been to. I love it more than anywhere else, and I’m not lying. Trust me, I love Palo Alto and I love San Francisco. California is one of the most beautiful places in the world and I am … Continue reading

Someone to Cook For

Someone to Cook For

All I want is someone to cook for. Someone who will split the bill and just drink wine and chat with me while I whip up a meal. I’m not very good at cooking, but I love it. I love finding recipes, going right to the store to pick up ingredients, and then cooking it … Continue reading

Never Say No

Never Say No

If there’s one thing that I hope to take away from my abroad experience, it’s new things. I want to step out of my comfort zone and experience new things, people, cultures, all of the above. I’m hitting a point where I know I’m happy and I know I’m loving Copenhagen; however, have I really … Continue reading

What happens at Oktoberfest, stays at Oktoberfest

What happens at Oktoberfest, stays at Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest was fantastically insane. I can’t even put the weekend into words. Partially due to lack of sleep, but also because it’s something you’ve just got to experience. It’s like Mardi Gras, but not. The beer was great, the people were awesome, Munch was beautiful. I am SO glad I camped. It was an adventure … Continue reading

Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest

Well, I’m off to Oktoberfest! You’re probably jealous. It’s my first adventure out of Denmark and I’m meeting up with one of my best friends from school, Annie, for the weekend. Can’t. Wait. If you need to reach me, call or text my American phone. I’ll have little to no access to Facebook/Email.   Prost! … Continue reading

Danish Cooking Class: Week 1

Danish Cooking Class: Week 1

Monday’s are my long days. I have four classes. Three from 8:30AM til 1:00PM and then a 2 hours break and another class from 2:50PM til 4:10PM. By the time it hits 4PM, I’m usually ready to jump on the bus and head home. But today was different! Today I had my first Danish cooking … Continue reading

Jeg taler ikke dansk

Jeg taler ikke dansk

Today, as I was walking to my cooking class, I was stopped by a young man. He tapped me on the shoulder from behind and said “Hej!”, came around to the front of me and started speaking in Danish to me. I got all flustered because A) I get nervous when random people talk to … Continue reading

A Happy Sunday

A Happy Sunday

Sunday’s are usually never my favorite days because back at school it means doing homework and recovering, and at home it means that work is tomorrow. But here, Sundays are different. Everyone is walking around and enjoying the last bits of sunshine, if there is any, and not dreading the week ahead. This Sunday I … Continue reading