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... of the trip. Most of us had vocational visits in the Ängelholm area. James and Sonya spent time at the Ängelholm Kommun (municipality) offices. Sonya was with the legal department in the administrative section, while James spent time with the head of the local schools. Lori had the opportunity to ...
... of Åseda. After a quick transfer in Älmhult, the birthplace of IKEA, we headed to meet our host families in Ängelholm for some ice cream and conversation. As you can tell, today was a big eating day, I'm sure most of the GSE team will come back to the Minnesota a pant size larger! After the ice cream was gone, we went to our separate homes, where most of us joined our families for ...
... and found my seat, it wasn't long before a small family came and said they had the same seat... A wiseguy in the seat behind said with a silly voice, trying to be funny: "You will have to stand, families goes first you know". Ignoring the "comedian" a flightattendant was consulted and I was soon moved to a seat further forward in the aircraft. As I picked up my stuff I saw a guy with long legs without any legspace before his knees at all, asking a flightattendant for another ...
... cottage and waited for us to attack. It was fun sneaking around not knowing what was going on. We all died in a sporadic skirmish and called it a draw, and we had lunch in the courtyard of the cottage. It was so hot in that wool uniform. After eating we took the Union colonel prisoner and had to escort him back to camp. We got cutoff and didn't get much of a head start and had to negotiate our way out of a jam by threatening to shoot the colonel. When we reached the ...
... 4 successive rulers’coats of arms. Now they are not that
obvious from the ground, neither are they from the towers. They’re
a little bit like Erich von Däniken’s
book, Chariots of the Gods, where he postulated that the strange
markings in the Nazca desert in Peru were markings to allow aircraft
to land ie they are only obvious from heights greater than those that
can be reached by normal means.
have included ...