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First month in Copenhagen!
I have now officially been in Copenhagen for a month! Time has flown by and a lot has happened in the last month! When we arrived in Copenhagen, we grabbed a cab to go to my apartment and meet my roommate. Luckily she was real, super nice and the apartment is really cute! My parents stayed... Continue Reading →
Big news!! I will be moving to Copenhagen (Denmark 😉) this month!
I will be moving to Copenhagen for two years to pursue a masters degree in African Studies!! The idea to go to Europe for grad school was first planted during my solo trip a couple years ago (also, I can’t believe it’s been two years since I went on that trip!)! A few people I... Continue Reading →
June 14 There was some confusion with my booking at the hostel so I ended up with 4 free breakfasts. Breakfast here consists of unlimited cereal, yogurt, sausage, eggs, toast and pancakes. It's definitely the best breakfast I've seen! Brent was supposed to lead a John Lennon Wall walk at 10:15, but it was moved... Continue Reading →
June 11 I got up and got ready so that I could catch the 9am shuttle to the train station. As we were walking to the car (I was the only one taking the shuttle), the guy asked if I was interested in the tour that goes to a WWII Jewish Memorial, Neuschwanstein Castle and... Continue Reading →
June 9 Since today was my only day in Pristina, I got up early to make sure I got it all in. I grabbed some breakfast at the hostel and then headed out. First stop was the Bill Clinton statue. Clinton was president when NATO stepped in and supported Kosovo in their war with Serbia.... Continue Reading →
June 5 I ate breakfast and finished packing then asked the hostel staff if she knew anything about the bus to Niš. I had looked it up online and it said there was a 2pm bus I planned to take, but like I've said, I don't really trust online info. The girl called the station... Continue Reading →
June 2 The rest of the bus ride was uneventful and we arrived in Skopje around 3:20 and the walk to the hostel was about 15-20 minutes. The hostel is interesting, it's not all that clean and there's only 2 toilets/showers for the up to 19 people that can stay here. That might get interesting.... Continue Reading →
May 31 Happy Memorial Day! I got up early so I could have time for breakfast before I had to leave for the bus. I got to the bus station and purchased my ticket no problem. I was told the bus would either take 3.5-4 hours or 4.5-5 hours, I couldn't remember. We just entered... Continue Reading →
May 30 The hostel has free breakfast so I enjoyed some fried eggs, bread and cheese. Then I went to meet up with the free walking tour of the city. We started at the national museum that has a huge mosaic depicting communist propaganda built during the communist dictatorship of Enver Hoxha between 1978-1991. During... Continue Reading →