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... 3. After trying to get my best USA colors, I said screw it and wore a Danish jersey instead. I googled if this was wrong aka "acceptable" and Google didn't have a rebuttal so I figured it was fine. Around 9 we left for the soccer game. We stopped at the Netto and as we were outside of it I looked over and there was Lizzie eating swarma. I was trying to text her where I was going but her phone died. So lucky and again so spontaneous that she came with us. Best ...
... was also a secondary saddle that the king had gotten made when he was broke but didn't want people to know that. This one was just as extravagant and I wish I could ride in it. One thing I found odd about the castle was that there were all of these peoples rooms but no beds. It was strange they never had a bed anywhere... Maybe that was to save space but I would have liked to know where all of the other furnishings looked like. Another tidbit. After the plague, it ...
... it certainly smelt of full Filipino scandal. I think they like to complicate life just as much as the French. So here is an explanation of how/why we are related. It's mum's father's brother, so her uncle. He had an affair because he wasn't allowed to marry the woman he loved, and together they had a son. And this is the father of Nett. So mum and her are second cousins, her and I are third cousins, and her daughter and I are fourth cousins, Angelica. Except, in reality, it's ...
... Margot I'm also thinking of you) are the ones who we rely upon.
Impressions of Sweden so far stretch to: cold, grey, friendly, beautiful and polite. OH ye and oh so clean !!! A change from the dog poo splattered streets of Grenoble.
Yesterday I met up with friends from my course, and had my first Swedish "fika", (word for having coffee with friends). Hard to be lonely during such an eye opening experience.
... always found a deserted departure lounge two or so hours before the flight to be a worthy place for some deep thought and solitude.
I was early, too. So early that I my flight hadn't yet been allocated a gate number and I had to lounge about among the shops just after the security check in order to pass the time. I had a burger that ranked among one of the worst I've ever had (it looked boiled - is that even a way to cook a burger, boiling?) and a piece of Starbucks chocolate ...