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- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and as we don’t have that, or at least I don’t want to risk is seizing entirely, then the only sensible option was for us to stay a day. Tomorrow, the wind is forecast to veer a little more to the west and we will make an early start and try to get further than Simrishamn to make up some of the lost time.
So, decision made, we might as well do some washing and do some boat tidying etc. Boats are not big things when compared to a house and as a consequence, ...
... few hours with various editions of SingStar – meaning karaoke! We had a blast making absolute fools of ourselves, and even managed to convince a few Swedes to join us.
Sunday was another beautiful day and we were able to start it by sleeping in. We all packed up and met at the Naturum for a few final activities before moving on to the next city. We took a walk along ...
... is and there's a giant bottle outside.
Later that night we returned to he beach after catching a bus. We were going to a beach club which was only open in the Summer and was so exclusive that some famous Swedish footballer visited it during the first season it was open. The club was incredibly expensive, costing equivalent to 15 euros to get in and about 5 euros for a drink. Probably comparable to many clubs in Australia but ...
... hay in. As the grass begins to grow I’m told the horses will need less and less hay, which is good for everyone – horse, Maria and car. The beasts are interested as I clean, coming up close and hanging their heads over the doors. I keep double checking I’ve closed everything, as the thought of a horse loose in the countryside is not really an appealing thought. When I was leaning the boxes for the second time. I remember leaving on door open for ...
... maybe at the back of someone’s farm, I’m not totally sure. Two scared rabbit later and I’m still ok with this idea. The place has a very isolated feel about it, and slowly the banjo from Deliverance creeps into my head. The next fence has a small gate, along with a smaller sign with a number (I take a photo so if I die people can find the way I went). I hear what I think is a gun shot, a massive explosion in the air. It could be hunting season, Maria says ...