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Copenhagen | Brunch at Mad og Kaffe and Tivoli

02/10/2017

On our last day in Copenhagen we went to Mad og Kaffe (translates to Food and Coffee) in the hopes of finding a table and have brunch. This place was hands down the most mentioned when we both asked for recommendations, so our expectations were pretty high.. We waited in the boulevard outside for about 20 minutes and then got our table. We got these menus and chose various dishes. Oh look at that! Heaven on a plate. Scrambled eggs with…

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Copenhagen | Pizza at Mother

26/09/2017

After our wonderful boat trip we said goodbye to Ulrika’s friend and walked to Kødbyen (meatpacking district) and searched high and low for pizza. We ended up at Mother which was absolutely buzzing with people, ordered a bottle of wine and waited for our seats. Mother restaurant is an Italian restaurant “without all the nonsense”. They source ingredients from Italy and cooks their pizza in their own wood fired oven. We shared a lovely bruschetta with porcini mushrooms, ricotta and…

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Copenhagen | Go Boat!

26/09/2017

When I came across Go Boat Cph online I immediately messaged Emelie (third flatmate) and said “THIS is what I want to book for Alana’s birthday!”. She quickly agreed and I booked it. Initially it was only meant to be for me and Alana, but my Swedish friend Ulrika and her friend Angelica took the train over from Malmö (in Sweden) and joined us! 🙂 The more the merrier. Go Boat is a wonderful, eco-friendly company that rents out their…

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Copenhagen | Sightseeing and lunch at Torvehallerne

24/09/2017

Our day started with breakfast at home. We fried some eggs, toasted bread and I introduced Alana to danish chocolate on toast. Very delicious! After breakfast we got ready and took the bus into the city. Our first stop was Amalienborg, the home of the Danish royal family! We were not alone.. Afterwards we walked to Nyhavn which is probably the most photographed place in Copenhagen. Cutest tourist! We then, quite literally, stumbled across Torvehallere which is a indoor food market!…

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Copenhagen | Our airbnb, quick visit to my aunt and dinner at Kiin Kiin Bao Bao

19/09/2017

Copenhagen! What a wonderful weekend we’ve had. Very very sad to be back, haha. We left work early on Thursday to go to Stansted Airport. Our flight was delayed and the wing we were in (where most Ryanair flights depart from) was the most disorganised and confusing thing ever. We landed in Copenhagen quite late and got to our airbnb in Hvidovre (just outside of Copenhagen) at midnight. We met our airbnb host and he showed us around our humble…

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Throwback to Copenhagen last year

16/09/2017

When this is published me and Alana are in Copenhagen! We’re going for a long weekend and I am so excited. It’s my second time there (in an adult age..) and I can’t wait to explore this beautiful city. Last year me and G went for a weekend and this is what we got up to.. Food, culture, cycling, food, exploring and wandering. Stay tuned for more 🙂…

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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.  Me and G matching as always, haha!Once 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!) We decided to dine at Mash, a modern american steak…

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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! We managed to find the Danish Architecture Centre and decided to check it out. Beautiful old building. We saw the exhibition 52 weeks, 52 cities by photographer Iwan Baan. Stunning pictures from all over the world.A must. Gift shop. Found a cool orange wall and decided to have…

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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.  In…

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