It is another Geekdinner tonight and I cannot make it. I looked so forward to it but having only returned from overseas make things a bit tight when it comes to time. In any case, I still have not catch up on all my lost sleep so would probably fell asleep in my dinner.
Enjoy and see you all around next time. Will catch up on everything when all the reports hits the blogsphere.
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After a week away in sunny warm Denmark, I arrived back in South Africa early Saturday morning. It only happens in South Africa when they have to delay the take-off of a flight to make sure that the airplane does not arrive early in Cape Town. You see, they were working on the run-way overnight and the flight was not allowed to land before 5am. They delayed the flight by 40 minutes in Frankfurt just for this.
It was my first visit to Copenhagen and what an eye-opener. No crime to talk off, actually I almost never saw the police or heard any sirens. Once an alarm went off in a shop and within a blink of the eye a policeman arrived.
Bicycles, this is everywhere. No wonder since Denmark is very flat. The highest point in Denmark is a pilar on a bridge that goes from one island to another. Since they ride on the wrong side of the road I almost took out some bicycle riders a couple of times. Getting out of the bus I always looked in the wrong direction and then just started walking just to hear some calls from my right from a couple of bicycle riders pedalling down on me.
And nobody lock their bicycles when they get off it. Hours later that bicycle will be just where they left it.
Talking of busses. It is always on time, clean and get you on time where you need to be. And cars do not drive in bus lanes. It just does not happen. Also if a pedestrain crossing is red nobody walks, even if there is no cars and/or bicycles. It just does not happen.
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