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We took the train over the Orsund bridge to Malmo. Sweden is so close - we were there in about 30 minutes. We spent the day discovering Malmo - a little taste of Sweden. The sky is blue and the lady in the shop said we have been so lucky with the weather. Another great day. LOL - the wind farms in the sea OMG - not as many smokers - so many people smoke in Denmark everywhere Steps - ...
... so that was fun.
We decided that boys with beards or stubble were more attractive (not completely true but anyway) and then I spent the next hour walking around with the top of a jenga box on my head as
I am just that cool.
Then we ...
... table balancing and contortion and fire poi for glow poi.
But they liked it, so it was all good!
And Jakob sounded really sincere when he said I did an awesome job, which coming from my crazy 14 year old brother, was really sweet.
Then it was time for ...
... her a hot cacao. (Which reminds me....Josh...CACAW!)
Then we came home, and I said to myself I would do my blog...which I didn't. (Today is Friday).
Instead I watched Back to the Future III. I have watched more TV this week than I have for my whole time away from home!
Oh well, life is always changing!
And people keep growing...especially Phillip.
... while I slept, Doug wandered around the town and took some happy snaps. From the photos it looks like a nice place with a mix of quite old buildings and modern ones and like Copenhagen, a restaurant belt by the canal.
Reading the blurb in the Princess Patter, it is one of the oldest towns in Europe and its history goes back to the days of the Vikings. In addition the much loved Danish Royal family come here for holidays ...