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... for boating and sailing. Then we returned to Maria's house for lunch. Afterward people prepared to leave and return to their homes in various parts of Southern Sweden. In the afternoon we visited the town of Granna. There is an active candy making industry there as well as a museum which showed the exploits of an explorer who unsuccessfully tried to reach the North ...
... About two years ago I stayed in Australia with a family and they regularly took me to watch the Brumbies play in their matches. You might wonder what could possibly be similar between rugby and ice hockey, but don't worry I'll come to that in a minute.
First of, the stadium. When we arrived the first thing I saw was a lot of people walking around and quite some stands that sold little souvenirs and other collectibles. Before entering the building you had to show the ...
... br> Thursday: Swedish language class 15:00-17:00
When my other class starts I'll have class on Monday and Wednesday as well, and those lectures are longer.
Don't get too grumpy and say that I barely do anything, because most of this class is self-study. You make your own word lists and you're responsible for actually learning to speak more. During class we mostly pay attention to grammar and ...
The ones I met in person so far are really nice people from all over. There's a girl from Latvia, which in Dutch would be Letland, who is from communication. She is also my next-door neighbour. Then I've met 2 Americans, one from Boston and the other is from Wisconsin. Let's see upstairs lives a guy who is from Kuala Lumpur but studies in Perth. Last but not least I have found a fellow Dutchman, though we ...
... incredible tradition I learned.
You can not live in Sweden without knowing how to fika. Meeting up with friends, colleagues/classmates or anyone really is not as simply here as it would be in the Netherlands. You don't meet up for a chat at school or invite people home for a cup of tea, which is what I would do had I been in the Netherlands, you meet up for a fika.
However it is not just meeting up for a chat when you have a ...