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Published: June 29th 2016
Today Copenhagen, mission day, boat docked at 8.30a.m. and straight off in search of the Australian Embassy to vote, it was about 1.5klm walk from the ship so that was very easy, first there and had to wait for 15 minutes and had a good chat to the security guy whose Aunt is married to an Aussie and lives in Canberra, ex army guy, now studying law, who has very fond, fond memories of Aussie soldiers in Afghanistan , he said they sometimes fought alongside the Brits but the Aussies were real fun guys and had great sense of humour. He said they had had quite a few Aussies voting over the last week and expecting a few from the ship today, as we were leaving there were about another 10 coming in, one staff member and tiny, tiny area to fill out all the paper work, all good and done!!! We were here in Copenhagen in 2013 so had done all the sights so just walked into the city centre and then back along the waterfront, very relaxing day! Had a coffee in the city centre whilst doing our internet and the guy who obviously was only a worker in
Great parks and gardens
this tiny little coffee shop had a problem with one of his Jura coffee machines and seemed very upset about it, John to the rescue!!! Fixed it and he was ever so grateful shaking his hand like mad! Off to get a pair of shorts H&M delivered, and a top to go with them! Home of Hans Christian Andersen, it is a beautiful city, lots of canals and boats! Three ships in town today, Chinese, Aussies and the World Ship which I don’t know who that one belongs to. Some great bakeries in Copenhagen and stopped at one for a fantastic roll, it was kind of more crunchy than sourdough but that type of texture, yummo!!! One day at sea then Stockholm!
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