After a pretty long ride from Lolland to Esbjerg which took me almost 4 hours, I got the great chance to see how viking life saving equipment is being manufactured. Unfortunately I was not allowed to take photos inside the factory, but I can assure you, it was pretty damn interesting. More information about this high quality stuff you can find on their website www.viking-life.com
In the evening I was invited to a leo club evening which took place in a so called “volunteer-house”, which means,volunteer organizations pay just a little money and can use the building for meetings – which is really great idea.
The meeting was – as usual in Denmark – lots of fun and held in English as well as in Danish. And there was cake – also as usual in Denmark.
To say good-bye is always pretty hard. But this is part of the project. So thank you so much, my dear LEO friends, it was a superb time with you and in your country and I hope that we all will stay in contact and will see each other some day again!
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I am designer, creative and photographer from Wels, Austria. I’ll visit 50 LEO clubs until 2017 and will publish a book about similarities and differences of volunteering around the world.