It still feels a bit surreal actually encountering someone familiar on my travels in Europe. I know I was only travelling solo for ten days or so, but it is a bit of a relief to be around someone I know, who I can be completely comfortable around. Chris and I took it pretty easy yesterday, wondering around the area where Chris lives. We looked at where Chris goes to university, then walked over to Frederiksberg Have, a wonderful garden nearby. It was quite beautiful, having a kind of more natural and unkempt feel to it. The park is also located behind the zoo, so you also get to watch some elephants. Randomly. I saw a few squirrels on our walk, which I calmly lost my mind over. However, they proved to be too quick, always running up a tree by the time I whipped out my camera. One day… We decided we want to get a danish pastry, being in Denmark and all. We ended up with a chocolate croissant. I’m not sure how Danish that is, but it’s close enough. A random hedge maze we found along the way. Yes, we totally raced each other into the middle. Near Carlsberg brewery. Chris had already been here previously so we didn’t go in. The meat packing district, which is also filled with funky cafes. Seems like an odd combination, but it was filled with hipsters. Chris took me to the Lego Store, which was packed with kids. It was worth it though, with so many awesome constructions. The buildings in the above photo are of Nyhavn, a well known area in Copenhagen. You can also buy pretty much every conceivable individual Lego brick here, if you were that fanatic. After wandering around the incredibly busy city centre for awhile, we went and sunbaked in the Kongens Have (Kings Garden) along with everyone else. We took the afternoon pretty easy, walking back out to Chris’ accommodation and cooking dinner together. Today Chris is going to take me to see some of the more tourist locations in Copenhagen, which hopefully won’t be too busy on a Sunday! – Reanna.