Wednesday 31 October 2012

Copenhagen Photo Diary - Part Two.

Hello Lovelies! 

Hope you are all doing great. Here is part two of my Copenhagen photo diary. My parents came to visit and we spent a lovely couple of days in the vibrant city, eating good food and doing all the usual touristy things. We walked all over the city, exploring the areas of Nyhavn, Christianshavn and the free village of Christiania... very interesting to say the least! We wandered through the famous Tivoli Gardens at night, surrounded by bright lights, gothic pumpkins and terrifying rides. Me and my dad ended up riding the scariest of all, the highest ride that flew you high into the night sky, giving us an incredible view of the city at nighttime. Lots of warm lattes were consumed on our trip, along with various cakes and sweet Danish pastries. We ventured into some beautiful churches with intricate interiors and beautiful ornaments. It is a truly wonderful city and if you ever get the chance to go, seize it! I believe Denmark can be forgotten about sometimes, and I'm sure that if I hadn't been given the chance to study here, then I would probably never have visited. However, I'm so glad that I was given the opportunity because it's a great place, with a beautiful capital with so many interesting things to see and do. I can't for the next time I visit. 



Thursday 4 October 2012

Copenhagen Photo Diary : Part One

Hello lovelies, hope everyone is doing great! Thought I'd share some snaps of my recent trip to Copenhagen. It is such a great city with so much to do and explore. We stayed three days, and there were still loads of thing we never managed to do. We stayed at The Generator Hostel, which was super central and only a 5 minute walk from the main shopping street (very dangerous for fashion students). The Nyhavn area is particularly beautiful, full of colourful, vibrant buildings, street artists and a row of restaurants that goes on for miles! Basically, great cafes, great food, great atmosphere and great people. I loved it so much that I'm actually travelling back in two weeks time. My parents are coming to visit, which will be great, I won't have to spend any money - Bank of Mum and Dad - yay! :)

Cheap Monday!

Galaxy cupcake - must find the recipe!!

Wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen!

I've loved every minute of my exchange so far but I must admit, I'm really starting to miss my home comforts. I keep dreaming of my favourite meal - My mum's Sunday roast dinner with all the trimmings. I really wish there was some way to send it over the sea to me, but I guess I'll just have to wait till I'm home at Christmas, and then it will probably taste even better because I've been missing it so much. Just typing about it makes me crave it. I'm craving a lot of things but roast dinner is definitely top of the list. 

Travelling and studying in Denmark has really affected my blogging and I've hardly had a minute to sit down and write a post. I'll hopefully try and get some outfits posts organised. There is a really great charity shop in the town with some really lovely clothes. The owner is so sweet as well and hands out free tea and coffee, what a cutie! Recently, I managed to buy three items, a top, dress and cardigan... 50p each! Very satisfied! 

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