My apologies these posts have been all over the place lately; that's where my heads at, too. I wish I could help it. And I still need more time to mull over the conference in Malmö. Speaking of though... did I ever tell you how it came to be? It was rather serendipitous. I stumbled upon a tweet, inquired about streaming presentations by email, learned student tickets were available, heard my school would help, and found a fab Paris-Copenhagen roundtrip flight deal. At that point, everything was dependent on whether I could find a CouchSurfing host accept my request for four nights. Liselott did. I basked in my luck for four days straight.
of Malmö, I'd never been to Denmark, and the metro connected the airport to the city. Plus, a girl's gotta have lunch. At the conference, I'd taken a poll on possible destinations. Nyhavn Harbor won. Thought touristy, this old sailors' quarters promised to offer a colorful stroll and tasty (albeit expensive) lunch. As I ascended from the metro, I also discovered an antique market in the construction-ridden square.
P.S. It was one year ago today that I moved to the City of Lights.