After four flights, three layovers, and 24 hours of travel, I finally landed in Copenhagen. I met up with Brett, my friend who recently quit his job and started traveling Europe, on the tail end of his trip. I'd like to think I helped him go out on top with our two weeks of adventure.
Originally I had not planned on coming to Copenhagen, but after finding the cheapest flight and several suggestions, we got to explore one my new favorite cities. I view it as Amsterdam's cooler, chiller younger brother. Canals and bikes for days without all the tourists. Most importantly, I got to eat a disturbing amount of Danish pastries. Just in general when I travel my diet is 50% local breads and pastries, but after eating my first real custard filled Danish, I upped that up to a safe 95%.
Thanks to the most clutch and wide spread Invisible Children alumni network, we got to hang out with Madeline at a giant warehouse full of the tastiest food trucks, and she gave us all the best local recommendations. Definitely a life saver.
Our time was too short, but oh so worth it. Thanks for the memories Copenhagen.
Up Next: Training to Stockholm, Sweden.