DISCLAIMER: I will not be writing about the social aspect of my trip to Greenland. That will be in another post when I synthesize those feelings into coherent words. It's been difficult to find words that feel right to describe my long study tour. In my Russian tutoring session today I broke it down to… Continue reading Greenland in words
Kangerlussuaq HarborKangerlussuaq HarborLake FergusonRussell GlacierRussell GlacierRussell GlacierRussell GlacierAncient Moraine lakesPoint 660Glacier IceGlacier IceA meltwater cavernSlot CanyonsPoint 660Blackridge MountainBlackridge MountainBlackridge MountainBlackridge MountainSome photos I took in Kangerlussuaq Greenland!
Denmark is a kingdom, it has a functioning monarchy- except if the queen disagrees with parliament, she has to resign. Greenland exists under the kingdom of Denmark, which is a way of saying "we tell Greenland what to do and think that we own this land" without making yourself feel bad. A few weeks ago,… Continue reading The ethics of a kingdom
I've had tinder for a while, usually its a fun game whenever I go somewhere to see who's who in the area. I did not expect to find someone so incredible and nice while using the app. I've got a couple a horror stories which include, but aren't limited to, kissing a stranger on the… Continue reading Dating In Denmark
Dis hosts some amazing events for students, this time it was free tickets to a football match! (the European kind, not American) I have only been to a handful of professional sports games, two hockey and one soccer, so this was a familiar atmosphere BUT my roommate had never been to one! it was so… Continue reading DIS Adventures: FCK v Silkeborg
About two weeks ago I had to make a call that no one wants to make and no parent wants to receive. I dialed my Mom's number and said: "hey mom, I'm alright, but this morning I got hit by a car on my way to school." She immediately freaked out, of course, but was… Continue reading Self Care abroad
On my short study tour for Ice Cores and Ice Ages we traveled to Stevns, Denmark to see the chalk cliffs and a Cold War museum. The entire landscape on the way was gorgeous but the cliffs were literally breathtaking. We took a little hike down and around the cliffs to see the KT Boundary;… Continue reading “Are there ticks in Denmark?”: short study tour day one