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Happy summer! Or to those down in the southern hemi – happy winter! Does anyone actually say that? Hemi? Or. Happy winter? Now I want to know. But in case you were wondering, up here on the north shore we definitely say happy summer. Technically I don’t live on the north shore of anywhere, but my internal American movie references are strong today. Bonus points if you can name the movie! Go ahead – comment below!
Maybe because it’s summer, or maybe because we’ve been on holiday all last week, or maybe because all three of my children are home with me and I’m already feeling a little punchy trying to balance getting stuff done and entertaining them… I’m really ready to go far away. Even my segues are punchy right now. No? Stay with me.
We’ve been to Bornholm and back. And while not really that far away from us here in Copenhagen, it did feel like a world away. Bornholm is a Danish island in the Baltic Sea, about three hours from the capital. It is the furthest eastern point of Denmark and ironically you have to drive through Sweden to get there. And while the weather did not hold the promises as the sunniest spot in the country, it well may have been the most idyllic. I loved it. Beautiful fields of grains dotted with red poppies and purply-blue cornflowers to run through, delicious smoked fish to taste and tons of history to explore.
I’ll be sharing more in the coming weeks, but today I’m taking you to find the last three forgotten giants in the hills around Copenhagen. Where will you take us? The Faraway Files travel blog community link up is right here today. We’d love to have you play along. Drop a link. Add a badge. Say hej on a few blogs. (That’s Danish for hi.) Join the community. Cheers from Copenhagen! Erin
FARAWAY FILES TRAVEL BLOG COMMUNITY LINKUP #36
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5 thoughts on “Faraway Files #36”
I can’t imagine saying “happy winter” somehow…but who knows? Happy summer however, definitely! Hope you have a great one Erin!
My thoughts exactly!! Cheers from Copenhagen!
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Thanks for sharing about this Danish island I had never heard of before. That looks like a fun “playground” for the kids!
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