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... stopping at all islands.We explored 4 of the 6 islands we visited and each one was quite different. We expected some busy small communities with a few shops and maybe the odd school but but rather found these islands are mostly residential in nature with owners travelling daily to the city for work. Otherwise the wilderness and walking tracks are their major drawcards & we also loved the ...
... as equally adventurous as this driver only knew two speeds, flat out and stop. Once, the driver hit the brakes so hard that an older lady fell on the floor. Just as we got off the bus and before we got on the ship there was a little stall. Nothing took our fancy.
Today was a bit different as we had to be back on board by lunch time. Tomorrow Geoff and I are doing separate tours…that will be interesting.
Tomorrow Berlin, ...
Last weekend, I traveled to the very industrial and nautical city of Gothenburg with Medha! I enjoyed my time in Sweden a lot because it felt like a mini-vacation from Paris. I think this is because it was my first international trip since I have been living in France. It was really nice to experience a completely unique culture that it is not well known or celebrated in the US. Although I have been to Sweden once before (specifically, the capital city of Stockholm) ...
... of Sweden (you can't get anymore than 3.5% alc content in the supermarkets) and bought myself some red and white wine. Worked out about $12/L which is cheap for Finland and Scandinavia - although I'm told, "Norwegians go to Sweden, Swedes go to Denmark and the Danes go to Germany" to get their alcohol - so who knows what Denmark will bring.
Well if I survive my meal and some wines, I may go out again tomorrow - if all else fails, I'll be back to see Richard at 4pm on Friday! Can't wait...
... sup> Century. It was built when this area came under Danish rule and the King would visit occasionally. Only some of the brick work is from the original structure much was added later with it became a prison.
An interesting curiosity is the old chemist shop. Dating from the late 1800’s the interior is much as it was originally built. Of course the merchandise is todays’.
Our overnight stops have been in rest areas ...