Bornholm vacationers disappointed – too quiet!

Bornholm residents are up in arms after a recent survey revealed that a vacation on the Danish island is not what you expect. According to the survey, the biggest drawback of visiting Bornholm is the lack of nightlife. Visitors to the island complain that after 8 p.m. it is as if the entire island closes and they have nothing to do. “It’s like a ghost town,” said one disgruntled tourist. “Where’s the fun in that?”

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In response to the survey, a spokesman for the Bornholm Tourism Board issued a statement saying, “We are aware that some visitors find our island a bit too quiet and peaceful for their taste.” We’re working hard to create more evening activities for our guests so they can enjoy the beauty of Bornholm without feeling like they’re missing out on nightlife.”

In the meantime, however, it looks like vacationers on Bornholm will have to make do with a good book, a bottle of wine and a cozy fire to entertain themselves after dark.

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