Monday, October 26, 2009

Holy *expletive deleted* Batman!

Uh, so, I uh, may have a teensy little problem that somehow slipped my mind over the last couple of weeks.

I fly out of Copenhagen Airport at 10:55 on a Sunday morning.

I live in Århus.

I may need to pick up something from Copenhagen University before I set sail flight, which would mean I need to be in Copenhagen before Friday at 3.

I am not keen on sleeping on park benches.

Anyone catching my drift, here?

Alright, I'll say it flat out: Anyone wanna put up an Archaeogoddess for two nights?  Or split the deal, a night on one floor here and one night there?  The lovely persons I normally call for floor space are both out of the country.

I can bring you a bottle of wine per each night I crash and I'll let you hold my trowel!  Or I can bring you flowers and I'll take pictures of you wearing my dig boots!

I'm not too picky, but closer to a means of public transportation that can get me to the airport on Sunday morning is better.

Interested?  Way excited to have a real live archaeologist on your floor?  Email me (email should be in the sidebar over on your right somewhere)!

***UPDATE***
The interwebs is an amazing thing!  And expat bloggers are wonderful people!  Thank you everyone who contacted me (and to those just now reading this and saying "oh, I totally want the Archaeogoddess in my home - oh drat, missed my opportunity!") as I have found a place to stay!

Hugs to you all!

7 comments:

  1. if u are India , you are welcome

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  2. I'd love to host you but I live an hour and half away from the airport. Sorry!

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  3. @ abhi: Oh, now you've done it, I'm totally coming to India! :-)

    @ Bluefish: Thanks for thinking of me anyway!

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  4. Well, I was going to offer, but was worried you would scoff at the idea, saying something about Stockholm not being near Copenhagen...

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  5. Hey Archaeo

    Dang! I wish I was in Copenhagen so you could crash in my sofa. I'll be home on Saturday morning (31st) just in case you still need a place for Saturday night. I live very close to the airport.

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  6. Anonymous8:18 PM

    I've been lurking for a while, enjoying your blog. Here is my suggestion for the caption to your header:

    Archeogoddess: not necessarily part of the fossil record

    Maybe a "yet" after "record" would be appropriate ... it is, afterall, where we are all headed.

    Catchy?

    Andrew

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  7. I guess Texas, USA is a little out of the way huh? How about if I ever get to hold your trowel, you can hold my rock hammer and we'll compare boot scuffs!

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