A stroll in Copenhagen
I took the night flight from Bangkok to Copenhagen with Thai Airways and arrived, fresh and early, into a drizzly cold Copenhagen airport at 7am on the 14th of June.
This would be the start of a nearly two week trip that would take me from Bangkok to Copenhagen, London, North Wales, North East England, back to North Wales again and then a return to London to catch my flight back to “The Land of Smiles”.
After a couple of cigarettes, urgently consumed between exiting into the open air and grabbing a taxi to the hotel, I checked in, showered and changed and took the five minute walk to the office for a couple of meetings.
On this trip I was accompanied by one of my team who had recently joined the company. Ton, his name, had arrived an hour or so before me having travelled on SAS airlines and I had arranged to meet him after my morning meetings and after he had the opportunity to get some sleep.
It was Ton’s first trip to Europe and, with the afternoon free, I took him on a stroll through the areas of Copenhagen’s city centre that I now was at least vaguely familiar with.
Though chilly, the weather treated us well with the Sun shining brightly in a largely clear blue sky.
After a lengthy and, on reflection, tiring walk around town we settled down - huddled against a wall - at a bar restaurant in Nyhavn and had a very good dinner, along with a small selection of local beers.
These photos were taken using my phone.