Two weeks ago I posted something about a layover in Aalborg thanks to my job as a flight attendant. Just a few days later I was back, with a different crew and the same amount of time (we arrived early in the morning around 11AM and had pickup the next day at 5AM). The weather was again truly amazing and our cockpit crew came up with the idea to rent a car.
And so we did, we rented a car and drove all the way up north to the most northerly point of Denmark: Skagen. This beautiful city is also the name of stylish danish watches, but we were more into the views. The city itself was so cute with all the yellow colored houses. We had some fish at the harbor and drove a little bit further to the actual most northern part: the beach. So beautiful however it was supercold. Hence our scarfs and freezing faces. Afterwards we drove back to the south but we just had to pass the city of Aars. Why, could you ask. Well, “aars” means “buthole” in the Netherlands (pardon my french) and we thought it was just hilarious to take a photo with the sign Aars. Hope you enjoy the photos 🙂