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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 ...
... br> Breakfast was a treat – we’d forgotten that Sweden does a sort of black pudding, not as good as the Bury variety but quite palatable, so we enjoyed a black pudding and egg start to the day. That set me up to tackle the bikes, wrestling them out of their winter bags and giving them a bit of tlc, air in tyres, oil on chains, that sort of thing. Once the washing was festooned on the guard rails then, we were ready to set off on our epic exploration of this ...
... how it really was. But then there were also my friend Kristina, who lives in San Jose in a pretty big house with her husband and their daughter. In the backyard they had a big pool with a grotto and jacuzzi and while we were sitting there, eating strawberries in the sun. It all felt very nice. The leafs of palms in the garden were waveing in slowly in the air and you could hear someone working on their house nearby. Knowing we couldn't stay long I felt a faint feeling of ...
... interesting in taking its name from the popular European cycle race.
When we returned home, we watched "Babette's Feast" from 1987 and still moving. I did shed a tear towards the end. Imagine, it was the first Danish film to win an Oscar. This is, of curse, the dramatisation of Karen Blixen's novel. If you haven't seen it you should!