Everyone is complaining complaining about hot what is hot? what is not? Hot means ice cream Hot means topless beaches (Denmark, you know) Hot might mean Mini-skirts? If there are no mini-skirts I’ll have to let my imagination do the walking do the talking I can imagine quite a bit I can imagine what others promise but don’t deliver I was promised mini-skirts I got … Continue reading How Hot Was It?
Desolate landscapes, Darkness without end, Anyplace seemed better than having to deal with her scorn when she confronted me with the empty ice cream box having the spoon in my hand and her only having the thought of triple chocolate smooth and creamy unrequited love, Sleep on the couch wishes, for her now ex-lover, Ingrate lacking feeling for her true desires…. Continue reading Black Holes and Desserts
800 meters to the Ferry Terminal Last stop for Ice Cream, I was a sucker for an Ice Cream Olga was like a dream woman for me I wondered, if Olga had sold me the Ice Cream? or, was she just observing me tempting me with her double scoop dish? I can’t wait, until I chance upon Olgas again Just 800 meters from the Ferry … Continue reading At Olgas
Some people take pictures of ships, at ship events, while others take pictures of ice cream signs. The last photo is a bit blurry, as I thought my wife was about to catch me doing silly things again. Which I was not! I started out by taking a photo of the Hot Dog Stand, but got distracted along the way… Killing time in Hobro, Denmark….. Continue reading Ice Cream in Denmark, Anyone?
Fishing is a tricky business. Either you do, or you don’t. Lucky or not? Today, we went fishing in the Limfjord Canal, in Aalborg Denmark. The temperature yesterday was around 22 C., but today is a cooler 10 C., with a cold wind blowing from the North. Source: Google Maps . Black ring is approx. location of our fishing expedition today. The fellows at the … Continue reading Fishing for Compliments
You can’t buy a Danish in Denmark! You can, however, buy pastries Danish Style. A newer type of pastry is called a Donut. Do (long o-sound) Nut (sounds like nut). Let’s try it again: Donut! Other types of cakes might be called by different names in different part of the Country. There is no standardization of Cake names! Strange but true! The same goes for … Continue reading Danish Pastries,etc. – A Primer for Foreigners