Denmark – Day 6

Day 6 – Last day Tuesday 10th August 2021 Today is the last full day from the original schedule. There’s an outside chance we might stay an extra night, but that was always going to be dependent on whether we had a good reason to do so, like a visit to Julie’s school. The last […]

Denmark – Day 5

Day 5 – Copenhagen Monday 9th August 2021 Tiredness, and possibly even exhaustion, are now starting to set in a bit. It took us both a while to get moving this morning. Today is the first of what is currently planned to be two consecutive day trips to Copenhagen. I had to give Jae a […]

Denmark Day 4 - Egeskov castle

Denmark – Day 4

Day 4 – Egeskov castle Sunday 8th August 2021 Notwithstanding the downpour from yesterday evening, not to mention the cracks of thunder throughout the night, the skies this morning are clear and mostly blue. My weather app still predicts rain for today, but it has been doing that every day since we got here and […]

Denmark – Day 3

Day 3 – Svendborg Saturday 7th August 2021 A phenomenon that I’ve experienced countless times before when traveling is that my body clock sort of resets itself in the absence of a time source. When this happens, I tend to wake up only to find it’s well outside of the normal range of times for […]

Denmark – Day 2

Day 2 – Hans Christian Anderson Museum in Odense Friday 6th August 2021 Compared to yesterday’s 5am start to the day, I for one was glad to see the first number on the clock this morning was an eight. Jae and I are sharing a room, which isn’t much bigger than the two beds, a […]

Denmark – Day 1

Day 1 – getting there and getting acquainted Thursday 5th August 2021 So, it’s finally the day of departure for our little sojourn to Denmark for a week. For very different reasons, both Jae and I have been really looking forward to this trip. Yes, we’re both very much looking forward to finally meeting Julie, […]

Denmark – pre-departure

Pre-departure – Home Sunday 18th July 2021 As my kids have been growing up, my parenting responsibilities have at times seemed endless. For a dozen or so years, I’ve had constant contact with, and have carried shoulder loads of responsibilities for, both my kids. My two children are now blossoming into teenagers. It’s one of […]