Wednesday, May 13, 2009

a tentative plan

i'm not really one to plan too much ahead, but i am excited about blog camp and despite my general neglect of the blogosphere this week due to having actually gotten a life, i'm ready for a little brain break before bed and thought i'd share the rough blog camp plan that's forming in my head.

since y'all get in at a reasonably early time on friday, i thought we could go to the central station in copenhagen, stow your bags and go immediately on a photo walk in copenhagen, if the weather is good, of course. :-)  here's some examples of what we could do...


then, we'll head home and make some dinner (if we haven't stuffed ourselves on the best sharwarmas in the world and a sausage or two) and perhaps get in a virtual session (must look at time differences more closely at a moment when brain not fried). saturday, we'll hang out and do a virtual session (or two) and learn belly dancing, crocheting and possibly how to knit (as if there's hope for me and the retarded monkey stance). then, we do the buresø burger thing in the evening (and no doubt consume vast quantities of wine) and have LOTS of laughs along the way.

any additions/corrections/suggestions for times for virtual sessions are most welcome. :-)

14 comments:

B said...

Love, love, love! I think it's a good idea to do the Copenhagen walk on Friday so we can do all our learning, and hanging around and, of course, blog on Saturday! Fun! I'll bring several bellydancing belts and CDs!

Extranjera said...

Awesome. have had plenty of Shawarma's from that place and the sign never looked so good before (so this is how Vogue and such get me into weird chinatown shops - good photography). Awesome flippen pic, man!!!
Love, love the itinerary and still lack a talent. Can knit, crochet, swear in several unattractive languages, and drink, but still thinking about a proper talent and such...

kristina said...

sounds excellent! I'll probably join you in Copenhagen on Friday, spend the night at home and then arrive at Julie's Saturday morning (not too early so as not to disturb your beauty (hungover?) sleep...)

B said...

And when we're in Copenhagen, maybe we go and see the little mermaid? Me? Behaving like a tourist? Never!

julochka said...

she'll still be there (tho' they just voted to send her to china). but be warned, the key word is LITTLE. and i hope you like lots of pictures of japanese tourists. because they're always swarming her. except on her birthday, when it was some old swedish guy.

julochka said...

these photos have all been "lightroomed," i don't do photo shop, but i do occasionally play in lightroom.

swearing in multiple languages is definitely a talent, for fanden mand...

Extranjera said...

Yup. Little mermaid is very little and kind of far from the action too (bring good shoes if you want to climb high enough to properly be in the pic wit her), although there is an excellent Noa Noa outlet store by her.

I'm all about swearing (an sliver linings on occasions). Ja for helvede og lidt til. Perkele (a Finnish, very rude addition). I can only embrace the completeness (not sure it's a proper word) of my talent amongst wine-fueled real, live people...

B said...

Mmh! OK, we just pay her a quick visit.
Looking forward to my swearing in multiple languages class.

Char said...

sounds like fun.....

Polly said...

I hope it's not too late to say the itinerary sounds great and I'm starting a countdown now - can't wait!

(I can't believe that by the time I read this post nine comments have already appeared - when did I get life that keeps me off line? that's just wrong, virtual reality is the better reality)

and with my dual nationality parentage I should perhaps add I swear beautifully in Polish and German. sound like we could have a great swearing contest

Seaside Girl said...

Sounds perfect. Looking forward to the eating, knitting, bellydancing, swearing etc (Polly - I have a Polish/German background so we could maybe give a joint class?)

Polly said...

Seaside Girl - do you really?? how did I not discover that yet?? I'm off to your blog now...

Seaside Girl said...

Polly - I am attempting to be an international woman of mystery but will no doubt blab all at blog camp :-)

julochka said...

i love the conversations going on in the comments here (and elsewhere).

you guys rock.