(written by Mykolas Kulakauskas)
It was at the end of August 2014. I packed my bag, kissed my friends and family goodbye and set off on a 1400 kilometre hitch-hiking trip from Lithuania to Denmark, to Tvind, in the middle of nowhere. Over about four days I caught rides from around 13 cars and walked over 30 kilometres. Here I was in Denmark, one of the happiest countries in the world, with its perfect social security system, its moist weather and its short summers. It was something that I had never experienced before. And so was my new home, Tvind. Continue reading
Written by Annelies
This weekend is a study weekend for our team. We come together in Tvind and we discuss the this that are important to the team in this saving-up period. We talk about economy, jobs, upcoming events, personal issues and so on. We also play sports, make music, play games, and occasionally organise a party. It is good to get to know eachother before the actual program starts. And it’s fun!
But my saving-up job is in Lindervold: 500 km from Tvind. Continue reading
Winter isn’t just coming, winter has arrived! ‘But don’t eat the yellow snow!!’ by Aušrinė and Francisca
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In our saving up job we sometimes end up in the most beautiful places of Denmark.
Written by Erika I was on my way to Tvind in an old mini bus, with a group of strangers and a dog that was sitting on my lap the whole 24 hour journey, we were speeding through dusty roads, … Continue reading