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Are you looking for pumping up your adrenaline? Heide Park is the right place for you, but if you are not a fan of roller coasters  then the area of over 850,000 m² is perfect to walk or cycle in. However, you will feel like a kid again!

The normal ticket costs 37 euros, guaranteeing  good weather, which means that if it rains for more than 1 hour, you have the chance to come back for free.The parking fee is 6 euros for all day. Once you get there, you have to queue  between 10-40 minutes for each attraction. You can check more on Heide Park website.

However, we had the perfect weather and very little people, so we didn’t have to wait on any queues, and inclusively had the chance to ride some attractions more than once. It was the first time in my life in an amusement park and I will definitely go once again! You need to overcome your fears once in a while. I will list what I tried there:

  1. Colosos is the biggest wooden roller coaster: 60 m height and 110 km/h speed blows you away. I can’t express the intense feeling you get. You just have to try it!
  2.  Scream.  This will take your breath away! On top of the gyro-tower (71 metres) you can see the hole city in front of you for few seconds and then you  fall with a speed of over 100 km.
  3. Desert Race. The ride through hell and back, but beware: In 2.4 seconds you will go from 0 to 100 km / h speeds, this will absolutely thrill you, unless you are a Formula 1 driver!
  4.  Krake or Octupus in English. Yes, it does look and feel like an 90-degree drop! That’s how steep it is. You fall into the mouth of the Krake and do a loop and then a twist and it ends. Sounds simple, doesn’ t it?
  5. Big Loop The roller coaster takes you on a wild journey for 706 m length with a maximum speed of 67 km/h through two breakneck loops and a double corkscrew.
  6. Grottenblitz Train drives with up to 45 km/ h through steep turns, switchbacks and the interior of a mountain range.
  7.  Mountain Rafting. Do you need to refresh or rather get soaked wet?  Then try this one, because it’s of the largest of this kind in Germany and you will relax.

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When I started going to the gym I had no idea how much that will last, but here I am after 1 year of gym still committed to getting fit. You know what they say? ‘Fitness is like a relationship. You can’t cheat on it and expect to work it.’ I follow the same principle.

Time flew by so fast,I can’t even believe it, although my body transformation in over more than 365 days shows visible results. I never had problems with feeling good in my own skin, even when I weighted 65 kg( I am 1,81 tall), but being aware of a healthier lifestyle encouraged me more to continue and inspire others. There will always be haters, who think you are talking too much about this subject, but keep on going, because later the results will speak from themselves.
When my friends  complain of how stressed they are, I ask ‘Why don’t you come and train with me?’ In fact, all I want to hear is their refusal, because exercising with a friend is nothing more than useless, unless you reach those #friendshipgoals.

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Inspiration hit me, so I thought that this would be the right time to show some signs that I am still alive. In fact, I am more than alive because I am preparing a collaboration with Vero Moda, which came like a big achievement for today, so my celebration is by writing a post on the blog.

I don’t have much to talk about my outfit, excepting the thing that I am not sure about this flower-ish Mango skirt, which is too short for me..and for my age. I started to be more into large-short or over knee skirts, because it doesn’t always mean that a tight skirt makes you sexier. The less, the better!


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I got off the bed to defeat the strong sunlight and start another exhilarating day with a brunch in a snug place or even in the park.

The girls were bossy with me,even in the morning, and they forced me to try a really healthy ‘breakfast’ : banana and spinach smoothie, which was the perfect treat.  I was aware that more food will satisfy my appetite in the upcoming hours, but that smoothie was enough for the moment. We were ready. All black, all danish style.  I was the tourist, who was stopping at every 2 minutes to take photos and admire the surroundings. They were supposed to be my tourist guides, but we were all acting alike: taking photos anytime, but at least we were all heading in the right way.

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We were welcomed by the Queen’s March and yeah  we’ll never be royals (royals) It don’t run in our blood. Haha!

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My caprice was to go to Strøget, which is the longest pedestrian shopping area in Europe. I wanted to be spellbound of how many well-dressed people are there, but not such a big luck because it was Sunday. My wallet was safe enough, thanks to the closed shops, but I couldn’t avoid to enter in Zara and guess what I’ve found. Sales, sales everywhere!

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My friend was searching for the perfect little dress and I was unstoppable regarding what should I try on. I’ve finally agreed upon a pair of grey jeans,one cute black dress, one sweater, one navy jacket and other trousers, which looked horrible on me.  I decided to buy only two things: the dress and the coat, after dealing with my friends’ controversy.

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Week 8- exhausting routine: internship, work, driving 120 km every 5 days of the week, sleep. I need a SPA day or to be spoiled.

It’s Friday and a friend is asking me to go out in the weekend, but without mentioning what he has in mind. Therefore, I refused him with no hesitation, but then he expressed his regret that I am not able to join him to a trip to Copenhagen and I had sincerely been thinking those days about going there. So, the situation made a 180 degree turn and I accepted.

It was 9 am and I was struggling to keep my eyes opened and finish the little luggage for the trip. I was packing in a crazy rush, but my friend calmed me down telling me that the other passengers are Italians, who are always late. I was finally in a eco- friendly FIAT with my friends and heading to Copenhagen. All was great, until we found out how much we have to pay, in order to pass The Great Belt Bridge : around 40 euros/ dkk. 320 for one way, so we had  thought we could swam on the way back.

It took only 3 hours to arrive in Copenhagen. We were ready to conquer the city, after having a big adventure with the driver/ the photographer, who had been driving driving without hands on the steering wheel because he had to take some photos.

Before doing that, we had to stop by the train station because my friend was going back to Italy next day and she had to get rid of her luggage. I have known how expensive is Copenhagen, because it was the third time going there, but this time it just left me with an empty wallet.  I paid 20 euros/dkk. 130 for a 24 timer ticket, which lets you use any kind of transportation and for all the zones. Luckily, the weather was so bright that we preferred to go by foot, rather than not visiting it properly and going by metro.KFC was in our way, so it worked like magic to have ‘lunch’ there. I’ve been fiending for that moment when I will be with a lot.

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20140222-IMAG9218‘Oh, such a nice quote. Wait, let me take a photo of it.Oh great: No card memory inserted. Holy crap! I left it home’… so the nightmare was about to start. My ‘dear’ HTC, I will wear you out.

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I told you I was planing an escapade with my friend. Hmm, it sounds a bit like a cliché to call it ‘escapade’, but why not, taking into consideration the ups and downs we had been through:

1.lassitude, 2.cold, 3.anger, 4.hunger, 5.satisfaction, 6.pleasure, 7.panic, 8. relax.

1.Lassitude: Let’s take it one by one.  After partying hard and coming home at 5 o’clock am because a friend’s birthday party, we were supposed to take the train from 10 in the morning, as far as I remember.  You cannot imagine what a nice jogging I made until I got to the train station. We were heading luckily to Aarhus. My bag was full of some makeup tools and food, because I didn’t have any time in the morning to prepare.

2.Cold: Welcome to Aarhus! Welcome to gloomy and windy weather.

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3. Anger: Cold weather and anger made a good pact to piss us off. No good photos, no opened shops, no people on the street. How can we survive 5 more hours in this city?

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Holi is a Hindu religious festival, which involves coloured powder and a lot of fun. The purpose of it is to celebrate the beginning of a new season and especially to have unforgettable memories. Just look at our faces!  I could say that we were dirty colorful and we didn’t even care about that. In fact, we were searching for more and more coloured powder in order to take revenge against those who throw it in our faces.  DSR  had this extremely bright idea to  bring for us the powder.   At the beginning, you need to be wet so that, the powder will be stucked on your skin. Anyway, this substance is completely harmeless. Trust me, I’ve swallowed the powder for so many times and nothing wrong happened with me. I really have to find out from where can you get it and how much it is  . I had some additional clothes and then, we went to take a shower in the university, down in the basement. It was the maddest idea that we could ever had because we didn’t have any towels or other underwear, but at least we had shower gel and especially, joyful mood.

I am really thankful to all these people, who know how to enjoy life and share their happiness with the others. All the students are a part of making  this university unique and priceless.

You simply can’t refuse to not cherish each day of this amazing student life. So, YOLO ! ( only at VIA)1011019_4740042311086_1323249478_n

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I’ve finally been to Vejle, or Las Vejle.  I didn’t have the need to travel to other cities when I was living in my hometown, Bacau .  Anyhow, Denmark and this kind of independence  are changing me a lot.

This time we had the purpose of finally checking the famous waves shape bulding and go shopping for a while.  I was again with my friend from Poland, who is always embracing my spontaneous and crazy ideas. We had travelled by train and we were in the middle of nowhere by the time we got there. We started to stop people on the street and ask them for directions, in order to get to those buildings and the harbour. The sun was strongly burning our skin and we were searching for places to hide. Who knew that in a couple of hours everything would turn upside down?  The weather had changed, while we were hypnotized by clothes, accessories,shoes and handsome Danish men. I needed the seventh pair of shorts, but I couldn’t find something nice, so I bought instead a swimsuit, tops, pink shorts, flats, sandals, accessories and so on. My friend and I went back home at 6 o’clock.

I really enjoyed being there and hopefully I will go one more time before moving to Lyon ( HAHA, good joke ! Unfortunately, that didn’t happen because I am a coward! )

Ps: I’m starting to feel more and more wistful, but all for the best!

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Yellow is for sure my colour and this party was insane. I felt like in Ibiza. What else could I add more?  We didn’t have music, but we had a lot of fun thanks to playing volleyball,  warming all around bonfire, jumping into the water or complaining that is too cold, but a drink more could be the solution. I think this is the easiest way to organize a party, because there’s a crowd of people, who are willing to get to know other people and enjoy being there. It was definitely a blast. I was there for more than 12 hours, starting at 3 pm and I was acting as a photographer, because as you can see I took plenty of photos ( around two thousands).  I got to know tens of people, because you know how popular you can become by owning a camera and obviously, wearing a tricky top. The hardest part came in the morning when I had to wake up early, in order to go and see ‘Hangover 3’  with DSR. I was lacking of energy, so I couldn’t pay too much attention. Moreover, It isn’t the movie wasn’t good enough, comparing to my high expectations, because I was half asleep with the blanket on and  trying to recover from such a mad night.

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I’ve been always dreaming to live in a city where the seaside is at a couple of steps distance. I’ve just realised yesterday that my dream has become true, since I got here. Unfortunately, the beach is not arranged like the ones from watering places. However, people are going there to get some tan and enjoy the sun. My girls and I have done the same thing. We couldn’t refuse the rays of sunshine, so we established to bring something to eat and drink and take advantage of such a beautiful day.  22 degrees in Denmark mean a lot to danish people, but I remember how my mom is making fun of me when I tell her how happy I am because it’s ‘hot’ outside.  She’s probably envious on me because I really tanned. Moreover, I had summoned my courage up and took a bath inside the…SEA. YES!  I know it’s unbelievable because the sea has ONLY 14 degrees. Anyway, I am alive and I’m not coughing or having temperature.

It was an awesome experience and I would do it for thousands of times. Horsens is officially my new corner of heaven.

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‘Let me be your cigarette’ he said to her

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First of all,  I would like to wish you Happy Easter and… Happy Men’s Day! Anyway, I’m  proud to be an orthodox christian, so therefore I prepared with my mom some traditional food. Unfortunately, I forgot to paint the eggs, which is one of the most important things for my tradition. No worries or regrets, because   I woke up at 7:30, due to a long and relaxing ‘nap’ of 13 hours.  So, now I’m spying the eggs until they are ready to be boiled and painted with red color. I will come back later with some photos.

I had a chill Saturday at the harbour. The forecast showed 19 degrees and I couldn’t resist staying home for the entire day. So, I had a bright idea to go to the harbour and have a picnic. I won’t reveal how it worked because I limited myself to one sandwich, some bottles of Breezer and fruits. Sun was a bit cruel , like it wanted to revenge on us because its sun rays were ceaselessly appearing and disappearing. There’s no much left to say regarding my… outfit. It’s already too much to call it like this, because I didn’t choose it carefully. I took a look inside my wardrobe and then I went with the flow. I’m sure that I will be sitting and laughing in front of the computer by a lapse of time because of my ‘inspired’ outfit.

PS: Thanks to all for the tremendous success of my last post about the International Day ( almost 800 views) .

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 ‘I scream ICE-CREAM’ while I’m sitting at my desk and chasing the sun. I could have sworn from the beginning of the morning that sun won’t show up today, but look it up and it’s still shining outside.  That’s wonderful, because I had thought that Wednesday provided me with enough ‘amount’ of sun for the next months.  Wednesday, 17 of April and 17 degrees. With such a good weather, I  got easily ‘over the hump’  by going to school and then being spoiled in the park. The sun plays a huge role in enjoying my day. It gladden my heart by letting me to wear light clothes. I was wearing a grey skirt, which was bought last summer. Its color expressed eternal boredom and even agedness. Actually, one of my friends tried to mock me by saying that my skirt looks similar to his grandmother’s clothes. What could I say?  He should be proud of his grandmother for being on trend. Moreover, on the bike= on the rack, when it comes to wear a skirt. Read more