I am still alive!

Well, I really didn’t write in a while, because I had so much going on lately. First of all, Denmark was the greatest class trip I’ve ever been on. We were taking the ferry and the first day we had nonstop-sunshine and it was warm. Some classmates even got sunburns!  111We we’re cooking together – typical Danish and typical German food. It was really delicious, but I ate so much that I just couldn’t take the ice-cream, by the way, Danish ice-cream is the best I’ve ever tried! It is also the most expensive ice-cream, but it is totally worth it. 252After eating so much, we had to do some sports, some game … I actually forgot the name already. It’s almost like baseball, well, the ball isn’t a baseball and you hit it with some piece of wood, but the rest is alike. We played that game all evening.

Next day, the sun wasn’t showing up at all, we went to Copenhagen and visited the art museum. It was huge and for free. Then we also saw the palace and did the canal tours – don’t forget the ‘c’ !

341 279Then we had free time and ran around from store to store, ending up sitting in McDonald’s☺. Oh, and I loved the candy store! I already saw some like that in Sweden, but they’re still impressing! We went back to our ‘home’-city and just relaxed.

The following day, Friday, we went to see Nykøbbing, we visited buildings like some tower and a cathedral. And we really had another good day. I loved being with all the people, those from my class and the Danish ones♥.

400 405But the best thing was the last evening. We were all meeting (without the teachers) at a playground and just spent time together, took photos and stuff like that. Then we all ran down to the water where the sun was setting. It was really beautiful and I felt so lucky that I brought my camera. 456 459 467 479I will never forget the days there and I wish I could press the replay-button. Thank you, Denmark!

I will end this article here,