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... two Tourist Information offices. One sent us to a place called "The Phone Store", which took us into a huge massive indoor shopping mall called Nordstan, filled with about 200 stores. Even though it was a weekday during normal work day hours, the place was jammed with people, including many obviously from the Mideast, judging by the women wearing headcoverings.
The Phone Store sales people said they ...
I went to Gothenburg with my then boyfriend for the weekend, he was there to perform for the Djibouti Independence day. The concert was live and the audience were dancing the night away. I decided to work and play so I did the photography on the night. There were different African cultural dances which included Anfar. I was amongst 4 singers well known back in Djbouti which gave me the privilege of non ...
Well we're afloat. Not on Celtic Warrior but in rooms in the Hotel Ibis in the centre of Gothenburg which is an old ferry or some such vessel that has been converted. It's a great hotel if you're at all interested and you need inexpensive accommodation in Gothenburg.
Anyway - the very latest on CW is that she is still in intensive care and the anticipated date for ...
... After a lovely walk on the pretty island, we retreat back to the warm car and drive to the end of the island (or beginning of another I can’t quite remember). The sights are beautiful and snapping out of the car window I capture the beautiful scenery. Never has the cold looked so beautiful.
The day of the Gothenburg city tour is f,f,freezing. I dress for the school run ready for combat, thermal vest, 2 layers, massive furry coat and scarf wrapped around my face like ...
... across the Oresund Bridge. We have a look around the harbour area before continuing the journey west towards Goteborg (or better known as Gothenburg).
Further up the coast we stop (because we liked the shape of the drawn building on the brown tourist roadside sign) at Varberg. Amazingly, the building looked just like the ...