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... us down to their lovely flat in the south of Stockholm, which was a perfect mix of modern design and full of efficient Swedish gadgets, but with space for mushroom lamps and a Swedish chef cuddly toy that kept guard over my bed.
Celebrated Brynhildr reaching 100,000 miles along the way, definitely happy that she's still with me, though jury's out as to whether she can make it the whole ...
... 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
After our busy day yesterday being tourists, we decided to enjoy the day relaxing next to a lake not far from our camp spot. Unknown to us last night when we parked as it was late, but it actually is a popular spot with the locals and became busier as the day ...