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... once-solid fish within to a soupy puddle of odorous, pulpy meat. Sara's immediate reaction: "I don't think that's edible."
Jason, however, was undeterred. "Well...I'm eating it," he said, confirming that the rest of us would likely follow suit regardless of how ill-advised the entire enterprise seemed at that point. And so, we took to assembling the meal, placing chunks of the surströmming atop tunnbröd ("thin bread") along with onions, ...
... you can get a fair bit done in a day, that is if you are willing to get up that early. My first big job was mowing the lawns, that are nearly half an acre in size and it took me two hours to do, with the rate of growth at the moment this will be a weekly job. We have decided against painting the house and instead decided to replace the barn roof, it's a big job as it is two stories high and is bigger than our Warwick house. The old roof has been removed and the new one is ...
... six hours for my next flight to Amsterdam. Most of that time was spent walking around the airport because my gate was not posted until around 12.
I have never been on a plane as big as the one to Amsterdam. I had thought the plane to Cuba was big. This thing was like a flying house, it was so big. All throughout the 8 hour flight we were offered dinner, breakfast, sandwiches, snacks and normal airline drinks. Because I didn't want to pay for anything in Amsterdam with ...
... around the city, one in the town center, another on a bridge. I thought this was really cool. CM also pointed out the differences in architecture between Västerås and Uppsala
We kind of just wandered along the edge of a park near the library enjoying the day. We then spotted the Uppsala Castle, so we went up to look walk around it. It is at the top of a hill, which during the 16th century would have been very important to security. Now, it gives stunning views ...
... to miss. Of course I was polite, because everyone was really nice, but seriously following the red arrows that had taken five people and an hour to put up was sort of a “duh!”
There were some definite perks to working this. Mainly it was the food. Every time I worked I got to have free coffee/ tea with pastries, because Swedish conferences, like other events cannot happen without a large intake of coffee and sugar. Plus, without caffeine and sugar I ...