Archipelago Hostel Old Town
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... air folk museum, but it is a little misleading. In addition to having lots of building from different time periods, most of which were relocated from other parts of the country, it has a zoo, a children’s amusement park & zoo, and an aquarium, even a tobacco and match museum. Most things were included in the entry price which was about $20 US so it was a good ...
... could trigger a heart attack in this light.
Ooooft! With a giant, final shunt and a yell, Sarah dislodges me from my mindless stupor and, after an ear-splitting shriek which could have belonged to ehm anyone, we both tumble into the next room which is, of course, dark and scary, full of strange noises and the occasional, disembodied breath.
I had a dream last night about murdering babies. It was awful and bloody and to be honest, cause for quite a bit of ...
Stockholm is the clean, charming and elegant capital of Sweden. Built over a series of fourteen islands of the Stockholm archipelago, it is a city replete with art, culture and history. The quaint cobbled streets of the old town hint at the city's mediaeval past, while modern sites tell of this ...
... royal band were doing a dress rehearsal for the Kings birthday the next day and we stumbled across them.
It was then late afternoon and on to the ferry for our voyage to Helsinki. Well, this is interesting! As part of our Insight Tour we have been allocated 'A' grade cabins with ocean views. But, everyone has 'B' grade cabins single bunk beds, no views, tiny tiny room. Wayne is not a happy camper...... I started thinking, it's only one night again.
We met some ...
i wrote to my brother asking about advice on traveling in Southeast Asia. He answered my questions and also sent me a separate email containing great advice that I wanted to share here! (with his permission):
"If you are depressed, you are living in the past. If you are anxious, you are living in the future. If you are at peace, you are living in the present." -Lao Tzu