It's $11. I'm not kidding. Eleven Singapore dollars. At Starbucks. It's just ridiculous. It's the only time where a strong dollar means nothing. Sing dollar is stronger but means bugger all because even though one dollar is equal to four Danish kroners it makes no difference when you are spending eleven bucks for a coffee. Food? Don't even go there. In a related thread I didn't know where to go for vegetarian good as almost all the restaurants serve a meat heavy fare. I was like a man overloaded on potato chips on a desert trail who has suddenly found water when I stumbled onto a Thai restaurant that served vegetarian dishes, yes in plural. Dishes. Luckily we found more options for decent food up in the town centre later. Copenhagen is not tourist friendly in the sense the signposts are tucked away where you can't see them or they are just not there. People are quite friendly and helpful. The city is boring with nothing of great importance to see unlike berlin where we are now. Glad we cut short our stay in copenhagen where instead of six night planned originally we left after four days and spent two days in Hamburg (which is beautiful) on the way to Berlin.