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... to own a car out here
-You won't look like a tourist. You'd have to try to stand out.
-Street signs are small and on the buildings
-Food is really really expensive in Sweden. REALLY expensive.
-Glogg tastes like how potpourri smells
-Stockholm is gorgeous
-The Northern Lights are the coolest things you will ever see
-It is really cold. And not just outside.
-American style restaurants are really popular
-Pizza does not mean the pizza that ...
... was expecting. English class is easier for us to teach and help in, but they only have it three days a week. On Friday, we were told to bring a book or something to do because we would be even more bored than we had been.
It's also crazy different for us because both Sara and I work with students with cognitive disabilities at home, and we are in a regular education classroom here. There is essentially no integration in the schools in Umeň. ...
... remarried. It reminded me of my grandmother Erickson who died young. It was amazing to meet a living relative on the Erickson side who lives not far from where my great grandfather was born and lived until he left for Minnesota. Eva showed us her grandmother's wedding picture and a photo of her Dad when he was young and of an Uncle when he was young.
Today we went to the Umea church in ...
... houses, all identical and in great condition. Apparently they were subdivided into flats, so the workers weren’t in quite the spacious accommodation we originally surmised. It was fortuitous that the street, ending with a church and bell tower was reached in just about give us enough time to get back to the boat before the next bit of rain. We felt so sorry for the Swedes, they were dying to enjoy their midsummer celebrations, but try as they might ...
Swedes apparently have some troubles with alcohol. Beers here at a pub will run 9 to 11 dollars, and they seem to be getting more expensive the further I get north. Their alcohol stores have very limited hours, and they only sell individual bottles and cans, so you have to get a basket if you want more than one. 7-11s sell beers but they are all only 3.5% alcohol. On Saturday night I went to a big club in Uppsala and ...