Check out the video if you want to see Copenhagen’s “#1” tourist attraction and the reaction from Copenhagen’s main square when they won Eurovision! I’ll add more pics later.
Those Danes love that Christian IV!
If you’re EVER in Copenhagen, drop in on an AWESOME bar called Ruby.
The final Escape to the Cape update took place from the top of Table Mountain.
Thanks for watching.
It was a very active last weekend for me in Cape Town. On Friday, my coworkers gave me one last goodbye. They gave my a heartwarming gift bag that included some typical South African snacks and a wonderful t-shirt. You know those clothing items you find buried deep in your parent’s drawers thirty years down the road and then surprise them by wearing so reminisce with an old tale of magic and mysticism? Ya, kind of like that.
On Saturday I did my last hike. It was a beautiful day to hike Table Mountain, but finally seeing the quality of that view on my last full day did not make my departure any easier. I went with a few friends and we brought along a couple of bottles of sparkling wine to sip on at the top. A day of hiking accompanied by some drinks under the sun; it’s hard to get more Capetonian than an active day sprinkled (or doused) with some drinks.
On Saturday night, a large group of us went BOWLING! WOOOO. My team was unable to pull out the victory, but I suppose we gave it our best shot. We walked around the corner next door to the 80’s dance club, Boogie, and danced the night away. It was a great way to say goodbye to many amazing people as the laughs and the smiles trumped any chance for a look of sadness to surface. After I packed my bags the next morning, I hopped on my flight and headed out to Germany.