BEST WESTERN Hotell Savoy
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Pets allowed
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... to open the ominous door that is self-reflection.
So what of ship life? Not so many days ago, I was sat in Alfie's Bar; feeling the boat claw
itself into the harbour bed, quite placid after an eventful night of pringle-eating, messy Italian-shouting and having my hips swirled round by a short, gay Latino called Ronald.
Yesterday, I got off the ship and began walking in decidedly the opposite direction ...
I am sitting here under the outstretched branches of a magnificent tree, at the gammalstad world heritage festival, with a cup of coffee in my left hand and a Rollie in my right hand. I'm finding it difficult to believe that just over 10 weeks ago I spent a 3 days in the Cuh. While I was lying in the hospital bed, late one night I realized, that I really haven't even started living yet. Working 40 hours a week in a job I ...
... of a Kinder egg with me, for sitting at the harbor for hours just relaxing and talking, for helping me put my water bottle back into my backpack while hiking, for giving me chocolate when I need it, for staying up late to have life chats and stoke fires, for making midnight runs to the lake while singing "Smelly Cat", for pretending to see dragons, for doing yoga by the water, for going to Max at 3 in the morning to enjoy drunken burgers, ...
... years. Swedish bread it bread. It contains no sugar, and if for some reason if it does, it is actual sugar, not a mass-produced sugar by-product. Same with soda. You will find no corn syrup or other gelatinous goop in it (but it's still soda). I love how I can go to the restaurants (equivalent of the university cafeterias) on campus, and not feel bad about what I am eating. Each meal offers an unlimited salad bar with the freshest vegetables, marinated olives and mushrooms, ...
... bought their dresses.
After all of the silliness resulting from our shopping trip, the boys and I decided to take a relaxing fika (Swedish word for "coffee break") by the harbor. It was such a peaceful afternoon with the sun warming our faces and the harbor breeze ruffling our hair. It was at this moment that I realized I've found a bit of what I was missing before. We started talking about what we left behind back home and what we used to value. We spoke about ...