Hello Denmark

So I have left the country. From now on I am a citizen of the state of Denmark. Until the end of january that is. Of course I want to share this erasmus experience with you guys. The last 2 weeks have been extremely busy. I had to register, move into my studio, start school , meet new people, find my way around the town, etc. To be honest, it doesn’t feel like two weeks. It’s crazy how fast it has gone.

 
The city where I live is called Aalborg. The architecture is so cute but also very diverse. Every building is unique and this city keeps on surprising me. What I like a lot, is the water. Relaxing and reading a book by the water is one of my favorite pass times.



I also found some nice coffee bars. More about that in my next post. I’ve met the best latte maker of Denmark and a barista who specializes in aeropress. It seems like they don’t really have a restaurant culture over here. But you can eat for a good price in a lot of cozy cafés. Some of them have a really original interior. I have to admit that life isn’t cheap in this country. But I’m using an app to keep track of my spendings so I don’t spend too much.


During my first weeks here I made some short shots of my life here. I’ve edited them all in one video so you can get an idea of how I’m doing. Hope you like it.

På gensyn
Julie