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Copenhagen’s Most Colorful Must-See Streets

Scandinavian countries, particularly Sweden and Denmark, have a long tradition of painting the facades of their houses bright colors. These often change from building to building creating a veritable rainbow of color as one looks down the street. Whi...
by VirtualWayfarer on Jun 12, 2014

Four Beaches to Visit in Copenhagen During Summer

Summer has arrived in Copenhagen and it is glorious! It may lack the scorching heat or consistent sunshine of more southern climates, but it brings with it a fragile northern beauty only made possibly by its contrast with Denmark’s long dark wi...
by VirtualWayfarer on May 29, 2014

Copenhagen City Tip – Visit A Cemetery

Unless you have some sort of obsession with visiting the final resting places of famous people, most folks don’t find themselves with a visit to a city’s cemetery on the top of their city to-do list. As someone not particularly interested...
by VirtualWayfarer on May 9, 2014

Tulip Season – Weekly Travel Photo

Just around the corner from Norreport station in the heart of Copenhagen you’ll find the often overlooked Ørstedsparken.  With a beautiful lake, old bridge, and wonderful series of flowerbeds the combination of high fences and aged trees that...
by VirtualWayfarer on May 2, 2014

This is How You Eat in Copenhagen For Less Than 100 DKK

There’s one essential rule for enjoying a city: it always looks better on a full stomach. In Copenhagen, that can be surprisingly difficult to accomplish for students and budget travelers alike. With a minimum wage that floats around $21 USD ch...
by VirtualWayfarer on May 1, 2014

Aged Paint – Weekly Travel Photo

Just around the corner from Kastellet, Copenhagen’s historic star-shaped fortress, are a series of old buildings dating to the 1600s which served as the fortress’ military barracks and naval dorms. Painted a vibrant military orange, these...
by VirtualWayfarer on Apr 11, 2014

Danish Tulips – Weekly Travel Photo

It is currently winter here in Copenhagen.  The weather is floating between 0 and 6 degrees Celsius and has me dreaming of summer.  This week’s photo was taken this past spring in Copenhagen and showcases the gorgeous forms of a sea of tulips...
by VirtualWayfarer on Dec 27, 2013

For SCIENCE and <3

After our surveys and all that, we found out that Tuberculosis is the primary concern in the community that we're in. With that being said, we focused on the problem.  We conducted a seminar, had games, had fun, gave free food, and all that stu...
by Life is a One Hit Wonder on Feb 16, 2013

Denmark – Shame on You

There are moments when dealing with bureaucratic nonsense that leave you so stupefied you have trouble believing that what you’re seeing and experiencing is real and not some complex miscommunication.  After all, no person/organization/gro...
by VirtualWayfarer on Jan 21, 2013

More Community.

These are just pictures from our latest community trip which I've learned a lot from. Like, not directly. But you know, sometimes, we have to really reflect and see things differently for us to actually learn. It's not always like in the uni or schoo...
by Life is a One Hit Wonder on Dec 16, 2012

Why Denmark – Ask Alex – Travel Question Wednesdays

This post is part of the Ask Alex, Travel Question Wednesdays weekly series. To see previous questions click here. To submit your own; tweet it to @AlexBerger, ask it in a comment on this post or send it in by e-mail. This week’s travel questio...
by VirtualWayfarer on Apr 18, 2012

The Incredible Power of Social Networks Illustrated By Studying, Living and Travelling Abroad

Housing in Copenhagen When I signed the agreement and notified the University of Copenhagen that I was headed to Denmark I assumed I’d face a lot of challenges upon arrival.  Things like visa issues, language barriers, and a drastic change in...
by VirtualWayfarer on Nov 30, 2011

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In a holding pattern

I applied for my student loan yesterday - it only took 15 minutes online - so now we wait... It doesn't seem like there is alot to do between now and February - other than packing of course, for both my christmas holiday and moving cities, but right...
by Ballatrina's Knitting on Nov 10, 2009

The 2nd International Conference on LGBT Human Rights

Finally, the World Outgames 2009 is over and I am back home safe. I am still nursing my jet lag though. I flew into Manila on Monday afternoon, August 3, and I have been very sleepy and lethargic since. Every night beginning Monday, I have been wakin...
by Rainbow Bloggers Philippines on Aug 11, 2009

Wonderful Copenhagen

In 2008, Copenhagen was ranked as the Number 1 Most Livable City in the World. To this day, it is living up to its reputation as the host of the World Outgames 2009. Last Saturday, July 25, was the Opening Ceremony of the Outgames. All the delegates...
by Rainbow Bloggers Philippines on Jul 27, 2009


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