Copenhagen: Joining a choir!

Danes love to sing. From birthdays to saints days, it doesn’t take much to get this nation opening its windpipes. It just so happens that I enjoy singing too. But until April, I hadn’t been a member of a choir since my university days. After talking about it for years and always finding a work… Continue Reading

Magical Tivoli

One of the first things I did when we moved to Copenhagen was to buy an annual membership card to Tivoli Gardens.  Yes at 1,200 Danish Kroner (£136) it’s pretty expensive.  But for the number of visits to this very special amusement park – not to mention the enjoyment it’s given us, friends and family… Continue Reading

If you go down to the woods today…

CHARLIE AT DANISH FOREST SCHOOL The biggest decision we’ve made so far in Denmark has been where to send our son to kindergarten. Charlie is three – energetic, bright and extremely sociable. But the move away from friends and family has somewhat thrown him. He misses his routine and his great nursery in South London.… Continue Reading