Travel Blogs from Falkoping
... for boating and sailing. Then we returned to Maria's house for lunch. Afterward people prepared to leave and return to their homes in various parts of Southern Sweden. In the afternoon we visited the town of Granna. There is an active candy making industry there as well as a museum which showed the exploits of an explorer who unsuccessfully tried to reach the North ...
... a few shelters had been erected for those who had decided to eat outside for dinner. Prior to that we had coffee in the afternoon after which we walked to the top of a nearby hill and park which is very nice and has many facilities for children and adults as well as a small historical portion which has some typical historical ...
... I assume from a local club, would play matches against each other. It was quite nice to see how enthusiastic they were, also they did the same during the rugby matches I saw in Canberra.
In the end Jönköping's team didn't win, but I still had a lot of fun. It didn't even matter that half the time I didn't even understand what it was that was going on or that I didn't know any of the rules. It was a lovely experience.
... och engelska och lite svenska. - I speak Dutch and English and a little Swedish.
Vilket språk taler du? - Which language do you speak.
Jag taler inte svenska. - I don't speak Swedish.
Those are the sentences, I also know a bunch of words but I won't bore you with that. I found out that it really isn't all that difficult to read though. when you go to the shops for instance it's rather easy to figure out most ...
... strong and when we speak in Dutch/Flemish I sometimes can't understand what she is saying. I know, I know, I probably should be able to but alas I don't
Anyhow, we've had a few dinner parties so far to get to know each other and I believe some are making plans for more get togethers. Which I'm looking forward to.
Well that is it about Bäckadal so a big hug to everyone that would like one,