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... wind had picked up,so it was far too cold to go outstide playing with snow....... Sophie and I decided to go for a walk to Lake Alby through the woods nearby the house, we put our boots, scarfs, gloves, coats and wrapped up warm. It was so lovely just to walk along arm in arm chatting, laughing and talking about our time in Sweden, taking photos and looking around at the beautiful scenery, we watched people skiing ...
... because of the way I've come to dress and dart eye contact and keep a poker face around strangers, haha. Thankfully, I have not felt discriminated against once since getting here. I would have taken that for granted back when I thought Sweden was this utopia, but now that I see incidences of discrimination are not unnoticeable, I can't help but be glad I'm not in any stigmatized groups.
Anyway, I'm staying in for the rest of the night and resting because my throat is kind of ...
... Rasmus and Emanuel record, I met up with Malin and we went for a walk together. She wanted to show me this expansive field near where they live. It is very neat that these big cities have these wide-open green spaces, its like you are able to have the best of both worlds, city and countryside in one. It was truly enchanting to meet Malin and get to know her a little bit. She is such a lovely lady. She is ...
... the giant roller coaster then a free fall tower. We were big kids having lots of laughs. Returned home to Brendan and Majas home made vegetarian pizzas wine and beer. Oops Brendan entertained before bed with his new sleeping bag....... Sunday we took it easy and experienced local shopping complex. Monday a day to catch up for Chris and ...
... interesting and unique shops, while avoiding the hordes of tourists and tacky souvenir shops. A day and a half, though, is not nearly enough time to explore properly, but we made a pretty good go of it. We did quite a bit of wandering that first afternoon/evening, though the old town mostly. But also up into the new part of town with lots of shopping opportunities. Now that I'm getting close to the end, I'm starting to feel a bit more comfortable about spending some money, and ...