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... to need to have any more work done on it. Looked towards Sweden hoping for some slightly better luck.
Lake Siljan was a bit out of the way but was well worth the trip and made for a relaxing weekend, camping, swimming and kayaking. Avoided the temptation to spend a day at the water park, but drove around the gorgeous villages around the lake, populated with typical bright red ...
... Niklas swoops in with a dance to separate me. He was keeping an eye on me as 'I'm one of the group now'.. So sweet!
The 'shortcut' through the woods definitely had us more soaked than planned. They were so organised with drunk food ready to heat up before we drove home at 3am (sun still up).
The mission for everyone turned into one to find me a date so that I can stay in Sweden, if not, everyone told me that I must return to the ...
Midsummer is the biggest event on the Swedish calendar, Andrea's local village spent all morning making preparations across the street for the villages celebrations. Marquees and outdoor BBQs could be seen in yards everywhere.
We drove to another village to visit Per, a friend of Andreas who was on exchange in Sydney, visiting us in Geelong one time.
Andrea's family, drove from Stockholm to bring ...
... pol was
raised between songs.
Getting quite cold, we returned for strawberries, cream, meringue with lemon
curd and coffee - delicious! Swedish strawberries are so so tasty!!!
When we left it was nearing 11pm
and the sun would not be setting any further, kind of a sunset/twilight
feel. It it very trippy going to bed at midnight with the sun up, I
felt so tired but the sun tells your body that it's still only early in
... Spent the morning just lounging in the sun, and swimming in the lake... It's a hard life! Just after 3pm we decided it was time to move on, not anything planned just see what we come across. As usual finding a great spot with once again great lake views in ...