More walking around downtown let me discover some new things (although mostly food).
reference) It can be creepy when that sound is coming from all sides. Just make sure not to look away, thats when they come and get you.
Taste of Cheese
Danish icecream. With whipped cream and warm marmalade on top. You have to tell them how many 'kugle' you want. Kugler is also the word for balls. As in I've got two scoops in my pants.
Traditional danish pølse. They are dyed bright red. You eat it by itself with mustard, this delicious spicy ketchep that is a million times better than our ketchup, or remoulade. Alternating bites of sausage and bites of bun.
I met Crissy at the first day orientation (the other girl that missed the first day of class, oops.) She knew of a house party that night her friend was throwing for the international students that were going back home.
Again, the party didn't really start until after midnight. We left at about 5 because we had class at 9:00, and we needed to show up early and make sure everything was alright because we missed the first day.
Most the trains are running 24 hours, but the one train we needed was not running at the time. So we stayed and drunkenly harassed the 7-11 cashier for an hour. He gave us some free stuff which was nice.
I wake up on the train, Crissy is asleep. I look up and notice the place we started is two stops away. We had gone all the way around, when we really only needed to take the train 3 stops. A security guard comes by to check our tickets. Disoriented I freak out because I didn't remember buying a ticket and I hand him my old one. Luckily Crissy points out that I gave him the wrong ticket, I reach in my pocket to find the new one.
I didn't want her to have to walk home by herself, so I end up crashing at her place at 7:30. It would have taken me 2 hours to walk home and back to class by that point. We are both half an hour late to our second day of class. But everything worked out fine.
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