|Vesterboro in the snow|
This morning I met my Human Trafficking class in Vesterboro at a center for counseling for foreign women. It is a place where street prostitutes can come get a hot drink, use the bathroom, watch tv, talk with a counselor, see a doctor, etc. A woman explained to us what they do and what problems she has seen. This is a very eye opening class to me. I wasn't aware of how large and corrupt the sex industry is. It's really sad how many girls are trafficked and how little social workers can legally help them.
|What the inside of Mother looks like.|
|Panini and cappuccino|
After my leisurely lunch, I walked back to DIS. On the way, I found the Danish Design Museum I was all excited to go inside but instead found a tiny sign that said they are closed until early April. Not cool. I still really like just walking around central Copenhagen around Tivoli. It's eye opening.
I did some homework in a computer lab, interviewed my creative travel writing professor about UK tourism being affected by the recent financial crisis (for my international reporting article), and came back to do more homework. I would have just gone home but I have a meeting at 5 pm.
Pretty pictures I took today!
Coolest graffiti art
Facade painted onto building in meat packing district
Where I are lunch
Hans Christian Anderson?
I'm 98% sure this cool guy is Hans Christian Anderson
Tivoli sign in the city
Copenhagen's city center
I think this is the Parliament or city hall
You know it's cold when the pigeons are cold.
Banana, peanut butter, chocolate chip, and Nutella muffins. Here is the recipe. Thanks to Grandmama for the measuring cups.
They came out great. But a little salty actually.
My host mom also baked today. She made rye bread muffins with chocolate for lunch