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... people speak English in addition to their native language. Another trip...maybe with Sydnee & Simone. We arrive to Lars' home and meet us wife, son & daughter. What a great family! So sweet and grounded. His son is almost 6 and daughter is almost 4. Blondies w/ blue eyes. Man, I cannot wait to see our girls. We had a spectacular meal while sitting on their deck. The weather ...
... br> After dinner Peta had a shower and was psyched after she managed to fit her shower into five minutes (shower tokens cost 10 SEK and brutally cut off at 5 mins) she describes it at the worst shower she’s ever had. We also learned why our campsite was being run over by people in black shirts, it turns out that Iron Maiden are in town for a massive gig tomorrow night, they even managed to out-inconsiderate the loud topdeck ...
... and fresh, and you have complete control of the ingredients. And then you even have fresh hubs in pots on your tables to add to the meals - excellent! Went and had a quick walk up to Montelius Vagen, with a great view down over the lake and Gamla Stan. Tried to find a couple of Geocaches, but no luck. We had thought of going and finding some music, but were just too tired- so back on the train home and abed. Another lovely ...
... laws about group collaboration over
individual competition. Made for a very interesting reading, for sure.
I was raining rather hard by then, so we went into a café (I’d suggested a
beer but Stefan declined – he was driving a car, and the tolerance for drunk
driving is essentially zero in Sweden, plus apparently it’s considered a
societal taboo), and had more coffee.
I asked Stefan about whether it was feasible to ...
After some well needed sleep, I woke up early at my hostel in Stockholm, showered and got changed and checked out of my room by 10 am. Once I had put my pack in the luggage room, I sat down for about an hour to my emails and watch some tv on my laptop in the wifi room before heading out into town to meet up with my Grandma (mormor), Grandpa (mortar) and cousin Anna by Åhlens in the ...