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Hoster

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About Hoster

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Personality

  • MBTI
    ENFP
  • Global 5/SLOAN
    SLUAI
  • Astrology Sign
    Taurus

Converted

  • Occupation
    Magic
  • Interests
    arts, people and education in general
  • Gender
    Female
  1. Now can they understand each other speaking Danish? I know there is this joke running around that they can't much lol.

    In every country they like that you can speak their native language. Especially when the workplace has not been internationalized and people don't talk English at work.

  2. Very easy. Almost everybody speaks perfect English. Though if you want a decent job, you need to speak Danish as well. They like that.

  3. Oh, how about traveling and shopping and living there in general, is it easy to get by with English only?

    You should get in touch with locals too.

    Good night.

  4. Yes. My income is not so secure, because I don't have a contract and earn as much as I work. On the other hand, it seems like a stable position I have and I am paying for getting unemployment if it is needed. So that is enough for me :)

    Do you ask if I speak Danish? I learn, but I usually am shy to speak. I live in the international artistic community where everyone speaks English and I don't meet so many "native locals" outside the community.

  5. Denmark? Maybe. If I will like it somewhere and can get a job there, I will move. But these days it's not easy anywhere for anyone to secure an income to live from.

    How do you communicate in Denmark with others, especially locals?

  6. Come to live here :)

  7. Those beaches look wonderful.

  8. :faint:

    I feel so horrible living here inland, no ocean no sea no lakes no nothing.

  9. Check images, pictures, beaches, yay!

    West Jutland.

  10. Everybody is talking about the "west coast". I don't know what is that :)

  11. Switch 100% Experimental 93% Exhibitionist / Voyeur 89% Bondage 71% Submissive 57% Dominant 43% Masochist 39% Sadist 39% Vanilla 25%
  12. Roskilde, probably not for me, only recognize a very few bands.

    Aros museum I will check and hopefully remember it.

    As for me, I like nature, so everything with forests, lakes and the sea is good enough for me. Sometimes I see wild animals, like rabbits and bembies running around and that is pretty exciting for me.

    That's nice I like that too but can be hard to get to from the cities.

    Rabbits and deers don't really excite me, I see them often when I go out for a walk here :laugh:

    Any nice scenery in Denmark?

  13. I don't know much. I liked Copenhagen. It has a lot of parks, Tivoli. As an event is Roskilde festival. It costs a lot, but you get a week of music, famous bands and lots of people. I have never been there, but people like it. I liked Aros museum in Aarhus. They have cool contemporary art. Also there are nice place around this museum in the city center. You can walk on the roof of the art-coffee place and so on.

    As for me, I like nature, so everything with forests, lakes and the sea is good enough for me. Sometimes I see wild animals, like rabbits and bembies running around and that is pretty exciting for me.