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Started with a great 3 km walk around the edge of the camp, across the headland and along the beach, with a bit of bird watching. Then set off south. Stopped at Linkoping for shopping - can't resist buying stuff for the kids! Passed several aircraft "installed" beside the road, (one of a pair a Dragon 35) with no explanations ...
Saturday started off bittersweet as most of the GSE Team said goodbye to their host families. However, the sun was shining, the weather was warm and there was a moose safari in our future!
After learning a bit about the Markaryd area, the GSE Team and Rotary friends hopped aboard a "train" that took passengers through the Moose and Bison Safari.
While on the safari, the team learned about the habits and habitat of the ...
Today was a GREAT day! Here is why:
The start of our day was all about learning about wooden toys and reminiscing on our childhoods at BRIO Lekoseum. BRIO is a company, founded in 1884, that specializes in wooden toys, with their most famous toy being the wooden toy trains and train tracks. Throughout their existence they have altered their toys, but the company continues to produce high quality wooden toys. The museum had interactive parts in the exhibit where you ...
Our day began with a trip to Ryssby Gymnasiet, a high school with a focus in five areas: hunting and wildlife management, natural sciences, restaurant and food, forestry and nature, and adventure tourism.
We were given the opportunity to talk with some of the students who attend this school, and we learned that they had come from all over Sweden, plus a few from ...
... business is growing even faster than their product sales, and with a restaurant in every store, they are one of the largest restaurant chains in the world.
After lunch, we took at quick detour to visit the former home of the Gemla Furniture factory, a company that makes bentwood furniture. While the company itself has moved to a different building, we learned a little about the ...