A Typical Day in... ViborgMister Crisp is leaving Denmark in the next few weeks for pastures new. So I thought I would show you a typical day in the town I have spent most of my years living; the mighty VIBORG.
Football GolfWhat do you get if you cross four Cristiano Ronaldo's with four Tiger Woods', give them a case of beer and let them loose on an oversized pitch & putt in glorious Viborg Kommune...!?
Hamburg → COPENHAGENThe final leg of myself and Mr Head's European Tour; In which we listen to Meat Loaf, visit a concentration camp, get stopped by border control, and finally arrive in Copenhagen.
FMXA few months ago I went to Stuttgart, for the annual FMX International Conference on Animation, Effects, VR, Games, and Transmedia and The International Trickfilm-Festival Stuttgart. As always, I saw some amazing films, watched some inspirational talks, ate some delicious food, and met one of my all time heroes of animation, the phenomenal Peter Lord, from Aardman Animation. FMX & ITFS, thank you and see you next year.
Fish & Billiards (Stegte Sild og Billard)I've lived in Denmark for a while now, but I've never had fried herring, (or stegte sild) which is a Danish national staple! Bastian happily rectified this injustice and Thomas & myself enjoyed this simple and delicious dish with him. Then billiards!
Road Trip - UK → DK Dunkirk to Bruges to Arnhem
Warning: Contains Bryan Adams Infused Karaoke!
Bruges is a spectacular city in Belgium, we didn't have too long there, but enough to tell me that I'll be going back soon! Need that beer & chocolate fix! Then we headed to Arnhem in The Netherlands and stayed with some other Euro-based expats from home, thank you, Jo & Anne-Marie x
Road Trip - UK → DK Calais to Dunkirk
Still truckin'. Visiting Dunkirk, not the new Christopher Nolan film (which I am very excited about), but the town in France that during the Second World War, was the scene of the historic evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from France in May 1940. Mr Head and I visited the Dunkirk Memorial. It commemorates more than 4,500 casualties of the British Expeditionary Force who died in the campaign of 1939-40 or who died in captivity who were captured during this campaign and who have no known grave.
Bonus Blog - CHRISTMAS 2016
This Christmas themed, 8-minute epic #AitDK throwback episode is dedicated to Louise & Andrew, for all their incredible support and every wonderful thing they have done for me over the years. I love you. x
Road trip from the UK to Denmark... Kent to Calais.
Still on the road trip from the #UK to #DK... this time #Kent to #Calais. It has the same tune as Episode I, please forgive me, the next episodes will all be different #music! :)
Road trip from the UK to Denmark... London to Kent
I'm starting the vlog with a road trip, driving from the UK to Denmark with a good friend of mine... stopping in France, Belgium, Netherlands, and Germany. In this first episode, we go from London to Kent. Not far, but tonnes of fun!