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Continuing on and north. Another long drive today made longer by the many slow speed zones. We stopped half way in Umea and ate bread and ham and cheese by the wide river. A glorious warm sunny day. Everyone out enjoying it all. There was a small market in the Main Street so had a look at that then continued on. The scenery today through pine forests with pretty lakes everywhere and ...
... so vast and powerful. With the water washing against my shoes and softly spraying upon my face, I was, once again, lost in my own utopia.
After our mesmerizing picnic by the rapids, I began exploring again and came across a group of people who were barbecuing. One of the women smiled and waved at me in recognition but I couldn't place my finger on where I had seen her before. "You were on my flight from Stockholm to Luleň!" she exclaimed in a ...
... of water that reflects the stars so perfectly that you're not sure where water and sky meet. I would never have believed that I could encounter so much beauty in such a short amount of time. Every single day, there is something new that intrigues and inspires me and I'm already feeling myself change.
The morning after the party boat was... difficult. In Luleň, there is only about 5 hours of pure darkness, as 9:00 pm is still pretty bright and the sun starts ...
... all signs are in Swedish and the units are metric, the biggest indications that I am in a foreign place are the culture and language barriers. As I was walking to the LURC student center this morning, I met up with one of the French students that I met yesterday at the airport. He made a motion towards me, stopped himself, and then said "Oh sorry." Seeing as I usually greet people with a smile or a wave, I was noticeably confused, and he quickly explained that in France, ...
Being that it has been fairly cold here (less than 50 degrees F), we've needed to buy jackets for everyone; so today it was off to the mall in heart of Luleň to look for more jackets, hats and etc. The prices are similar to home and with back to school sales, you can do quite well. Therefore, we are delivering our own personal Swedish economic stimulus package - but after 3 consecutive days at the mall, I'm shopped out. ...