Author Archives: Natalia

Atypical Mediterranean married to a Viking and learning the “ways of the North” in beautiful Aarhus. Amateur photographer, fairytale believer, Biologist and closet sci-fi geek, among other things.

Danish language wonders

Oh, fellow expats out there… how great is it that even after 3 years trying to learn Danish, one can [...]

Are the Danes too good to their criminals?

After a period of silence in which I’ve been extremely busy and not inspired at all, I’m back – at [...]

To be or not to be (a PhD student)

I have been wanting to write a post about PhDs for a while now, and I found an article the [...]

Learning to drive in Denmark

About a month ago, I decided to join a driving school. I never needed a driving license back in Barcelona, [...]

The reality of being an expat (or my version)

In a time when more and more people leave their home countries in the search for a better job (or [...]

Danish wedding – Part II

A recent comment on Part I of this post (http://blogs.denmark.dk/natalia/2013/09/05/danish-wedding-part-i/), reminded me that every first part needs at least a [...]

Learning Danish – Part II

Recently, my motivation for learning Danish and I have found each other again. These last months (since August) I’ve been [...]

Julefrokost

Christmas is around the corner, and with it comes one of the most long-awaited Danish traditions of the year: the [...]

Neighbours, neighbours

So I recently came back from a visit to our Swedish neighbours. I spent there a bit more than two [...]

Peculiarities of the Danes

Yesterday I came across a post by my fellow blogger Aleksandra, that I felt I wanted to share with you [...]

A ViEW ON dANISH ART

Natalia

Atypical Mediterranean married to a Viking and learning the “ways of the North” in beautiful Aarhus. Amateur photographer, fairytale believer, Biologist and closet sci-fi geek, among other things.