When we arrived Erik Vedel took us to the open market where we followed him as he bought food. No explanations or commentary as he doesn't speak English. Back at the school his assistant ,who spoke a little English was there. We paid and were ushered into the kitchen, a dingy basement room with no windows.Then bad came to worse.... More
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