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Episode # 24 – Horns Rev 2, Investment Tips, the J-day, Feriepenge, Audio Podcasts, the Island of Samso

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In Episode # 24 we talk the largest offshore windfarm called Horns Rev 2, meet and interview again with a Senior strategist of Nordea Bank, Henrik Drusebjerg on the stock markets in Denmark. Liyuan takes us into the trenches of the celebration of the J-day in Denmark followed by explaining what feriepenge or vacation money is all about. Katie wraps up with some fun stuff by sharing some tips on audio podcasts and answers a viewer's question about the island of Samsø as a great example of promoting renewable energy. Enjoy!

Websites and resources shared in this Episode are as follows:
www.cphx.dk (Podcast walks in English)
www.audiowalks.dk (Audio tours in English - 29 DKK)

Danish words mentioned in the Episode:
Julebryg - Christmas Brew
Feriepenge - Vacation money
To - two

Other Useful Resources:
Bookatable.com (A restaurant booking site - free and instantly confirmed)
CopenhagenClicks.com (An ever-growing collection of web resources to make your stay more fun and enjoyable)
Consult with MyDenmarkTV team (Via telephone, to help you make your stay in Denmark more enjoyable)
MyDenmarkTV.com Copenhagen Tours (Book a guided tour by water or by bicycle and explore the best of the sights and sounds of Copenhagen)

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5 Responses to “Episode # 24 – Horns Rev 2, Investment Tips, the J-day, Feriepenge, Audio Podcasts, the Island of Samso”

  1. mathea says:

    great episode! My son (just turned 5) loves to watch My Denmark TV… actually, we all love watching! My son wants to know about toys and toy stores in Denmark. Also, he wants to know about Kaj kager and other sweets. What do little kids do in Denmark? My question is about ice skating in Denmark… do you have figure skating programs, hockey etc? (here in the US I am a skating coach) Thank you for providing such a high quality program!

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  2. fb_avatar VladimirChen says:

    Mathea, this is so lovely that your family loves to watch MyDenmarkTV and we are extremely happy that you like our show. As per your son’s question and others, we took a note of them and answers will follow in the upcoming episodes.

    Stay tuned!
    Vladimir

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  3. Christoffer Hansen says:

    Thankyou thankyou!! You answered my question so quickly. I was very pleasantly surprised. Thanks Katie for your helpful information. Btw I was glad to hear my name properly pronounced and spelled correctly. Most Americans cant understand why it would be spelled with two F’s instead of a PH. I wish you all the best and will continue watching each episode you create. Thanks a ton. -Toffer

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    KatieRice Reply:

    Your welcome Christoffer. Samso is of big interest to me especially in this climate-focused country right now. And my boyfriend has the same name, so I hope I’m pronouncing it right after all these years!

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  4. Barbara Hanson Lundin says:

    Hello –
    this message is directed towards Christoffer Hansen. I like his posting, primarily because of what he says about the pronunciation of his name. I have a brother whose name is also spelled with an FF. We are of Norwegian descent. most people don’t understand why my brother’s name is spelled with two f’s instead of PH.
    Just curious: Is Christoffer pronounces with and accent on the ‘Toffer’…?
    I enjoyed your web site,
    Barbara Hanson Lundin

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