When everyone was finally loaded, we took off. Mine was the last stop so I was able to just sit back and enjoy watching my first glimpses of Copenhagen stream by. (I say stream because water was everywhere!) I forgot to mention earlier that it was POURING when we landed.) After dropping two other big groups of students of at their 'drop points' I turned around to realize that there were only two other girls left on the bus with me. Besides Joe the intern in charge of dropping us off and another intern I hadn't met yet, the bus was practically empty! It was a warning of what was to come. Compared to the other DIS Shared Housing assignment (that are made up of entire floors and buildings of 30, 30 and 60 students to each location) my little apartment has just 6 of us and is located in an outer village called Nørrebro, located 20 minutes from the school without much connection to anyone else from DIS. Basically, we are MUCH more independent! So far I dont care, I love it!!
The other two girls left on the bus ( Sarah, from Hawaii but who goes to school in Pennsylvania, and Charrlotte, who lives and goes to school in Connecticut) and I were the first of the 6 to get 'home' and we each switched rooms 3 or 4 times before finally settling on the one we would end up with.
My art and my GIANT bed!
the views from my many windows