After spending Thanksgiving day breakfast and lunch at my parent’s house. I went home and zipped my luggages, rushed to the airport and departed for Copenhagen. I’ve always wanted to visit Denmark ever since I was young. The atmosphere, the history and the culture excites me and I thought why not take this opportunity. Yes, it was cold but I loved every minute of it.
I spent the last few days in this wonderful city. And now that I'm back home, I'm sat thinking that I learned a lot about the people, the place and their way of life. Doing something like this (traveling) is very transformative. It humbles and makes you love the world more. I learn things about me while learning new things about other people. Making memories is important for me and the easiest way is through photography. I'm still in the process of learning and hopefully I could hone this skill in time to come. Cheers.
Top 5 highlights in Copenhagen:
1. The small, local, quaint shops.
2. Tivoli's holiday set up.
3. The people's calm demeanor
4. Mama Rosa's salmon sandwich.
5. Cool sense of style/design.
Song of the day:
When I travel, I like to share the world through my eyes while capturing photos that will forever remain with me. I'm Leo by the way, U.S based wanderlust.