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... of the city. But there are a few differences here. Family means everyone and the house is a 1780's farmhouse in the middle of a pine forest and farmland. The house has had many refits in its over 200 year life but the core of the house, being cellar and kitchen, show the solid build of stone and hand cut logs. The most recent owners have added double glazing, plumbing and electricity. It was very comfortable for the 10 ...
Woke early. Packed and downstairs for breakfast by 8:00. Secreted away boiled eggs, turkey slices and butter for the journey. Paid up and waiting for James in foyer by 9:00. Bittersweet to see him. Lovely taxi driver and at station in 8 mins. No traffic except for taxis. They have something working in this city. I was so pleased to have James as there was a bit of suitcase pulling and 2 sets of stairs to lug it up !!!! Gave him a very tearful hug goodbye. He stood and waved me off ...
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 ...
... it, which eventually created what is now known as the Black Mountain. Artists have come from all over to create sculptures out of this stone on the mountain. It was like an outdoor hiking art exhibit. Totally unexpected, but thoroughly enjoyed!
For dinner we went over to Sonya's host family's house. They are an amazing couple, and have created a fantastic countryside home complete with sheep, chickens, an old army jeep, and an amazing raft! Raft is an ...