Remember how i said shopping in Copenhagen is expensive?
Even the prices of vintage junk at a flea market made me go bug-eyed!
Items were around 80-600 crowns / RM48-360
Oh, see the tin box in the pic above?
Think that was one of the cheapest items i saw there, at 50 crowns / RM30
Went for the canal ride for 30 crowns / RM18
There are two types of boat rides around the canal you can take,
and we opted for the cheaper one.
The other one costs almost twice as much,
and you can get off at various stops,
which we didn’t think was necessary.
CasparBFG’s friend Jean came to join us,
and he’s a freaking riot.
Also as gay straight as gay straight men can come.
Caspar told me how Jean DJs and plans the best parties in Copenhagen.
I think i see Jean more as an artist… cos the ideas and parties he’s done sound more like an installation infused with dance than anything else!
Concept i most remembered him telling me,
is a girl hanging off meathooks (S&M style) with blood dripping off her,
people’s jaws hanging open,
then BOOM lights + music come on and the party starts.
Statues underwater to remember a woman
who drowned her children and herself when her husband was lost at sea,
so they could all be together again.
Lost it sial.
After the boat ride, Jean was a super sweetheart and took us to his favourite bars here,
which i’ll be blogging about in a separate post (just bars and clubs!)
In a city of 5 million people, you can’t help but bump into friends on the street if you’re as happs as CasparBFG.
CasparBFG, Michelle formerly Michael, and Maria
No, this isn’t someone we know.
Just some random guy on the street.
He was having a stag party.
And we had a photo opportunity.
CasparBFG showed me Vesterbro area,
where drug pushers hang outside a church,
and drug paraphernalia is sold openly in shops.
These pics were taken outside a shop that also sold groceries, sex toys and jewellery (obviously stolen)
Also heaps of sex shops in the area,
with all sorts of things that would appeal to any fetish
and rows and rows of dildos and vibrators of every colour and kind.
Even the kind for fairies haha!
To answer the question in your head right now,
no, i didn’t get it, was so expensive!
Bling handcuffs that made me think of MingDaBomb *cough*
To end the evening, we went to get what Caspar says are the best hotdogs in town.
At 50 crowns / RM30, it’s more expensive than the normal ones you find everywhere at 20 crowns,
but was well worth it!
With homemade remoulade, fried onions + pickles.
Typically eaten with chocolate milk.