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Entry no.: 149

18 Jun 2007, 12:24 AM

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Travel Copenhagen (I)

Semi-domesticated butterfly, Cristian Kit Paul, Copenhagen, 2007

If yesterday I came face to face with a rainbow in Amsterdam, today I've met up with a friendly butterfly here in Copenhagen. He was fluffy like a kitten, so I was tempted to pet his back and see if he purrs, but he wouldn't let me.

The screaming upside-down people, Cristian Kit Paul, Copenhagen, 2007

I have also seen the upside-down people, all screaming in terror and I felt terribly sorry for them. Maybe this is how they punish people around here when they look and act unreasonably normal. Because they do.


Reply no.: 1

18 Jun 2007, 6:11 PM


Maybe the people in the rollercoaster wanted to look like a rainbow. hmm why did they forget to put on some bright coloured t-shirts?

Reply no.: 2

18 Jun 2007, 11:32 PM


Make sure you don't miss Charlie's Bar on Pilestræde 33, or Den Tatoverede Enke on Gothersgade 8

Or... some local beer at Nørrebro Bryghus on Ryesgade.


Reply no.: 3

21 Jun 2007, 2:08 PM


Thank you for the tips Troniu, unfortunately I could not make it to those spots. Well, next time. Thanks anyway.

Reply no.: 4

21 Jun 2007, 10:14 PM


Diana, they forgot about the dress code because they were too damn scared. Their blearing screams, though, were colorful enough.

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