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No luck with flights

26/06/2016

On Sunday me and G went and bought breakfast whilst the happy couple was still asleep. We had one last meal together before going to the airport. DSC05354 copy
Me and G matching as always, haha!DSC05357 copyOnce in Copenhagen we were informed that our flight to London had been delayed by 2 hours.. greeeaaat.
This simply meant we were able to eat some proper food instead of rushing to the next flight (positive thoughts!)DSC05360 copy We decided to dine at Mash, a modern american steak restaurant.DSC05363 copy DSC05364 copy Massive portions with airport prices, hahaDSC05367 copy DSC05369 copyWe had a lovely meal whilst talking about our holiday..

Now we’re back in London and I am NOT happy to be back! The weather has continued to be terrible and grey and I miss everyone at home.

Time for a tea and chocolate.

Puss,
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Nyhavn (new harbour) and more architecture

27/05/2016

On our last day in Copenhagen we decided to check out all the interior shops and nyhavn (new harbour). Unfortunately for us it was a red day and absolutely everything was closed, so upsetting!DSC04602 copy We managed to find the Danish Architecture Centre and decided to check it out.DSC04611 copy IMG_0138 copyBeautiful old building.DSC04613 copy We saw the exhibition 52 weeks, 52 cities by photographer Iwan Baan. Stunning pictures from all over the world.DSC04615 copyA must. Gift shop.IMG_0147 copy
Found a cool orange wall and decided to have a little shoot. I think I look so mini underneath those massive windows!DSC04619 copy DSC04630 copyDSC04620 copyWe got caught in the rain but managed to get a few pictures of the famous harbour! Packed with tourists, restaurants and gift shops.
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We had such a lovely time in Copenhagen and I can’t wait to go back. When we do, I will cycle more and definitely visit more interior shops – which denmark is famous for.

Puss,
N

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Vordingborg, Pate Pate and Troyboi

26/05/2016

On Saturday we woke up bright and early and had breakfast before taking the train to Vordingborg in south Denmark to visit my Auntie and cousins. I don’t have a big family, but the family that I have are spread across Europe and Asia which makes it quite hard to keep in touch (thank God for Facebook/Instagram/Skype!).
We had a short and sweet tour of her tiny little town, ate Pho (Vietnamese noodle soup, the best) and just talked.
IMG_0134 copy DSC04549 copy DSC04550 copyDSC04559 copy  In the evening I spent a bit of time researching where to go for a late dinner. We definitely wanted to try and eat in the meat market cause it’s meant to be super hip and cool (haha) and that’s basically how I found Pate Pate. The restaurant had really good reviews so our expectations were high.DSC04560 copy DSC04562 copy DSC04563 copy Interior cool, service cool, so far everything was cool.DSC04565 copyWe ordered drinks and 5 small plates of food to share.DSC04575 copy Burrata and tomatoes, super creamy and deliciousDSC04578 copy Super cheesy risotto.
As I said earlier we had a few more dishes but it was quite dark in the restaurant and I hate using the flash on my camera, haha. Whilst waiting for our last dish we noticed our neighbours got their food served before us and we had now waited for a good 30 minutes.  We were quite full by this point and got slightly annoyed over the extreme wait. When we finally received the dish we simply asked if they could delete if off the bill because we had waited too long and had to be somewhere. The waiter said no, so we kindly asked to speak to the manager who asked how long we had waited and apologised. Because of this little mishap my overall feeling of the restaurant is just.. meh. I don’t DON’T recommend it but I have been to better places.

During our meal G was texting with a friend who just happened to be in Copenhagen. Her boyfriend Troy had a gig and said “COME!”. We jumped in a cab and ended up at random basement club called Rust.
DSC04583 copy DSC04588 copyI hadn’t heard much of Troy’s music previously but I now get why the crowd went absolutely mental. His music makes you want to go a bit crazy, haha. He had some hardcore fans and I was SO grateful to be able to stand on the side of the stage!

Check out Troy’s soundcloud here!

Puss,
N

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Ribs and Tory Lanez

25/05/2016

The reason for us going to Copenhagen wasn’t only to see the beautiful city that it is, but to see Tory Lanez perform. Just before the concert we found a quite random american diner where we had ribs, yuuuum. Ridiculously messy but oh so good.Tory Lanez performed at the cinema (the venue is actually called cinema, but in danish) which was in the area where we lived. We had a few drinks and watched him perform from afar – which I prefer.
 
Now this guy is absolutely crazy. He crowdsurfed a few times and WALKED all over them, climbed the balcony on the opposite side of the stage and smoked some weed. I’m sure security had enough work to do!
Great show though, really, haha.

Puss,
N

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Rent a bike!

25/05/2016

After our wonderful meal at Amass we rented bikes (copenhagen city bikes) that were parked right outside the restaurant.
You’ll see the bikes everywhere in Copenhagen, it’s kind of like the boris bikes in London only way better. You enter your personal and card details to register and poff, it’s yours. What’s super cool about them is that they have a tablet with built in gps where you enter addresses, places of interest or where to return the bike and it’ll find it for you. It also has “assisted mode” so you can pedal normally whilst the little motor on the back does the hard work for ya. IMG_0084copyWe cycled past the famous opera houseIMG_0097copy..and decided to have a little mini shoot, hahaIMG_0098copy IMG_0099copy IMG_0101copy
After our little photo session we cycled to the Danish museum of Art and DesignDSC04536 copyDSC04543 copyagain, beautiful interiorDSC04544 copy DSC04541 copy DSC04539 copy DSC04535 copy DSC04534 copy DSC04532 copyand more random stunning architecture.. Copenhagen is seriously beautiful!

Puss,
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