Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Travel Bug...

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So my baby brother is leaving today, he's going to live in Denmark for seven months. To say I'll miss him is an understatement. We haven't always seen eye to eye, most of the time I think he loathes me, but deep down I know he loves me ♥ Here's hoping he has the time of his life.

If there are any Danish readers out there, do you have any advice you'd like to give to my little brother? Best nightlife in Copenhagen? Eateries?


edit: Just spoke to my brother, who is currently waiting to board his flight. He has agreed to act as my "European correspondent" for the next seven months. Look forward to some gorgeous snaps of cobbled Copenhagen streets and European fashion. So excited for him!

32 comments:

  1. oh i have a similar relationship with my older brother... haha as long as they love us deep down that's all that matters, right?

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  2. Sounds like he's going to have an amazing trip! That photo is super cool ;-)

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  3. I used to have the same relationship with my little bro but ever since we live in different parts of the world now strangely we became more closer than before..I guess it was the distance that brought us together :)

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  4. expect great pictures- denmark is a beautiful place

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  5. Thanks Marie :) I'm so so excited to see what he takes!! Knowing him, it'll probably just be photos of pretty girls, ha!

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  6. this is cute!

    -Erica
    http://allaboutitt.blogspot.com/

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  7. Awwwh I have the same type of relationship with my little brother! Hopefully he has a blast =D Can't wait to see some photos!

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  8. I would be devastated if my little bro went away - we are super close! I's sure your lil bro will have an awesome time : )

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  9. I was kind of devastated this morning, but he called me we chatted for over an hour while he waited for his plane to board. Thank goodness I didn't cry, he would have hung up on me :)

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  10. wow so exciting, luv the photo! :)

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  11. I think every sibling acts like that at some point or another. I always wish I have a brother! That's so cool that he's going to Denmark! Best wishes for him! xoxoxoxo

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  12. what an incredible photograph! Why not head to Copenhagen to see your brother at some point? www.hbtnstyle.com.au

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  13. I would love to do that if finances permit :)

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  14. Hope your brother has a wonderful time in Denmark! Beautiful photograph, I love the origami crane :)

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  16. Denmark is on the top 5 to go list... you should visit him ;)

    farisita

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  17. I'm sure he'll come up with some awesome stuff in Copenhagen! Hope he has a great time :)

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  18. I would love to visit him Farisita!

    I can' wait to see what he comes up with Marcella.

    Thanks Julia :)

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  19. Your bro is so lucky! He can travel all over Europe! Looking forward to photos!

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  20. I know he's lucky! I wish I could do that, instead of working :)

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  21. Adore that photo!!! And how exciting for your Brother to be over there, I hope to be spending my summers doing the same in Belgium/Paris, crossing fingers :)

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  22. Paris and Belgium sounds gorgeous :)

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  23. Hey Lola,
    I was born in raised in Copenhagen, so being a native, of course I love my city;
    It wasn't a trendy big city, when I grew up, but it sure is now! We have a couple of nice parks (Fælledparken for instance) and The Lakes, which is basically 5 square lakes in a straight line kind of dividing the city. And he should definitely spend time in Østerbro, Nørrebro and Vesterbro - Østerbro (east bridge) is what we call Caffe Latte Land, lots of mums with prams and lattes to go and liberty print. Nørrebro and Vesterbro are where the young and artsy people live (in particular Vesterbro (west bridge)), but Nørrebro (North bridge) is much more multi ethnic and kind of everything goes - he'll find fabulous food whereever he goes, but try aok.dk for specifics,
    Lone

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  24. Thanks Dolly L!! Hopefully he'll read this and visit those places :)

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