Glimpses of summer in Denmark

1: Hotel in ‘Maribo’ we stayed there for two nights while visiting grandma.

2: Anders eating liquorice ice cream.

3: Vilja and cousin April in my aunt and uncles garden.

4: Traditional Danish lunch at grandmas place -herring on rye bread.

5: At the beach in ‘Nakskov’.

13 Comments

  1. Reply
    line July 17, 2010

    Hey. Jeg syntes nok jeg kunne genkende den badebro ;) Jeg bor 10 km uden for Nakskov :D
    Jeg kan rigtig godt lide din blog, du tager nogle rigtig flotte billeder :D
    Hilsen Line

  2. Reply
    lina July 17, 2010

    the licorice ice cream looks so good! i don’t think we have it in the states (at least not regularly).
    & i love the plates the lunch is on : )

  3. Reply
    ANNA July 17, 2010

    amazing food-shoot!

  4. Reply
    irene July 17, 2010

    the ice cream and the herring look amazing. yum!

  5. Reply
    Alice July 17, 2010

    Wow these are great pictures of great food, scenery and cute babies!

  6. Reply
    lins July 17, 2010

    I didn’t realize Denmark has so many islands. It looks fun to explore.

  7. Reply
    sandra July 17, 2010

    Hvor ser det dejligt ud. Jeg kan også kende den badebro. Nakskov er min fødeby, så dér har jeg badet mange gange :-)

    • Reply
      brinja July 18, 2010

      Line + Sandra: Hvor skægt! Min mormor bor i Nakskov, så jeg har badet rigtig meget på hestehovedet. Dejligt sted :)

  8. Reply
    Tiger July 18, 2010

    What a lovely blog you have. I’ll be back!

  9. Reply
    Louise July 19, 2010

    Lakridsis er det bedste! Jeg bliver helt lækkersulten!

  10. Reply
    Nienke July 19, 2010

    I love how the water at the right side of that looooooooooooooong bridge is all crowded – while there’s nearly anyone swimming on the left side.

    Nice glimpses of summer!

  11. Reply
    Allison July 20, 2010

    Looks like the place to be!

  12. Reply
    Sigga July 22, 2010

    Fint dit nye layout:-)

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