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The Teeny Weenie Contest  Posted on 10/18/2012
Hey everyone! So I've made it back to Denmark, and guess what I found when I got here? If you guessed rainy weather, you would be correct, but that's just too obvious. I found something else. Something far more interesting than...
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Hilarious Signs Found In Thailand & Cambodia  Posted on 10/08/2012
Before we move on to the subject of the wonders of SE Asian signage, I just want to let you all know that I am alive and well, and completely overloaded with turkey and starchy veggies. And with that, may I send a big Happy Thanksgiving...
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Update From Home  Posted on 09/11/2012
I interrupt this slew of vacation related posts to give you a little update on where I am at in the world and what I have been doing. As you all probably know by now, I am back home on my tiny little Island in the Bay of Fundy, which is...
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Hiking in Norway: Priekestolen  Posted on 09/04/2012
Preikestolen, aka The Preaching Chair, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Norway, visited by 150,000-200,000 people each year. The trail is roughly 4 kilometers each way and takes between 3 and 4 hours round trip, depending...
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Shopping in Bangkok: Terminal 21  Posted on 08/28/2012
Of all the things to do in Bangkok, heading to the shopping mall might not be on the top of your list. Okay, maybe it is, but if not, it should be. They really go all out when developing shopping malls in this city. First up, Terminal 21,...
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One Night, One Canoe, A Box of Wine & Zero Pillows.  Posted on 08/23/2012
During our outdoor adventure trip in Norway, I came up with the brilliant idea to go on a canoe trip. I do love boats, but mostly I just wanted to give my weary hiking legs and painful heel blisters a break. So, we rented a canoe, packed...
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The Story of Henry Getting Busted in the Ladies Shower.  Posted on 08/20/2012
Hot showers were a hot commodity on our 9 day camping trip in Norway. Some nights, in an effort to save money, we stayed at rest areas and slept in the van. Nights like that meant we didn't get a shower at all. When we did stay at...
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Staycation  Posted on 08/16/2012
Thanks to my convincing, yet demanding letter to Denmark last week, the inhabitants of Denmark were provided with an entire week of gorgeous summer weather. What better to do with time off on a gorgeous summer weekend than take a little...
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Hiking in Norway: Kjerag  Posted on 08/14/2012
Kjerag is a mountain found in Lysefjorden, Norway. It is 1,100 meters above sea level at its highest point. The trail is 6 kilometers each way, with a suggested hiking time of approximately 2.5 hours up, and another 2.5 hours down. That is...
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Henry's Dirty Secret  Posted on 08/11/2012
The other night I was lying in bed, absorbed in my new book. I could feel Henry moving around on his side of the bed, stretching or something, it was hard to say. I chose to continue reading and ignore whatever it was he was doing over...
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  • Sabrina Brown 23 December 2011 14:54:05

    Hi!

    Make sure to visit the Aros Museum, it's really fantastic! I'm visiting aarhus right now and walk by the museum by mistake because I live at the Radisson Blu Hotel nearby (http://www.radissonblu.com/hotel-aarhus).. Its actually really good and the price is okay.. The rooms amongst the biggest I've tried. If you have visitors coming from Canada I would definitely recommend it!

    Tak care and have a nice christmas

  • madi10
    madi10 17 May 2011 21:59:20

    its a part of life n life is exactluy like that

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