It’s not exactly the Prairie but Denmark is flat. Or so they say. I couldn’t tell you much about it, I just got here and currently my work hours coincide with the sun. The flight over is as I expected. Like most overseas journeys, the trip over here was tedious and uncomfortable, but not as painful as I feared. I left on Monday evening and landed Tuesday night. I fell that I somehow lost a day. The sun somehow never came up twice, odd.
At the airport I changed all my dull and boring American money into styKierco85
lish and snazzy Danish Kroners.
I managed to stay awake, well mostly, for the entire trip in an effort to stave off the worst of effects of Jet-lag. The strategy is mostly working. As I write this it is 1900 hours and only feels like Midnight, I will try to stay up another hour before going to bed.
I will try to update you often with my adventures here in the DK during my stay. I will be here and there for a total of five weeks, a few weeks in Viborg, a few weeks in Rinkobing, and then a week in Randers.
Oh here is a photo of the place I am working during the daylight hours.
More later on….