This may have interest for the Danes reading this blog. For curious non-Danes: don’t think more about it. It’s a petition for Danes being allowed double citizenship, which is not legal atm.
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28th July 2007 Beijing – Amsterdam – Copenhagen – Aalborg Woke up a little past 5.00am. C was already up after a coughing ride and I felt rested out anyway. I actually managed to pull out some quality sleep in the train. The extreme noise from the rumbling train was not enough to keep me […]
This is officially the last entry I make from Denmark the next month or so forward. Tomorrow morning we’ll hand over the keys to the apartment for my scary friend Gregers, who’ll be living here while we age gone. 9.30 The Kojak will pick us up and drag race us to Copenhagen airport. I hope […]
Can you almost hear Chris Rea singing too? So…. as I wrote he other day, C and I went to the beach Tuesday evening. We brought C’s friend’s daughter and had a good time. The weather wasn’t the best and especially not compared to the latest days of sunshine and 28+ degrees Celsius. On the […]
The following conversations have been translated using my super powers to babelfish stuff like: Chinese, Danish, English, Chinglish, female thinking, weird eyebrow movements, physical pain induced by punching, telepathy and of course: decipher Chinese astrology. My wife and I borrowed a car (tnx Kojak) and wanted to take one of my wife’s friend’s daughter (let’s […]
…Bjarne Riis used doping during the heights in his career. Only questions still left are: 1) Why didn’t he admit it sooner? 2) Why is he still proud of his victories? 3) Why doesn’t he say that he knows that most other of the elite riders used it? I’ll answer: 1) Because he didn’t think […]
Remember it’s mothers day this Sunday. Well if you have a mother worth celebrating of course. :-) Luckily I have which means that C and I will go see her and have a good time with my folks.
If you live in China, I bet this is nothing new to you. An electrical bicycle. Here in Denmark I have never heard of them, but it turns out one of C’s friends have one which she uses to go to language school sometimes. So I was a little surprised when I saw it. At […]