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Gothenburg is a lovely city, with loads of bars and restaurants along the roadside, its very modern and there is a huge fairground just outside the city.
I was running late so was looking for a campsite on the side of the road when I saw an advert for an automated check in campsite. I've posted the address for a sat nav, as I did with the last place as its the easiest ...
... beach. I had butterflies in my stomach as I asked a local about the weed and to our great relief was told there wasn't any. Phew!! Lib had a great time; the waves were among the biggest she's been in and she survived them well! After a great day taking it in turns to windsurf / push Phoebe on the swing on the beach, we headed into the forest behind the beach to camp as it wasn't allowed at the beach car park. We came across a great spot and had a nice walk that ...
... on the floor (which also explained why it was an open-topped tour);and Gothenburg was established in 1621. On the way to fikka Baz mangaged to climb into a shop window with a bunch of stuffed toys, and he then picked up a moose-mate who agreed to come home with us to Oz. (Hannah....Baz wants you to think of a name for his moose friend). Off to fikka and then a picnic/BBQ in the park with a ...
... There was one card-connected story with me also. Once we went to a club, I had everything with me: beautiful dress, eyelashed eyes, brushed hair, super beautiful boy's hand in my hand, but not the ID-card. Aaand after giving a try to the guard man to let me in all the beautiful things and people and me went back home. So, learn from my stupidity and never forget a single card !
Our Friday was dedicated to the Liseberg. I am 19 (going to be 20 soon as ...
... on it, that we dropped the hook in 2.5 metres at 14:50. At this point there was not much to do other than 'experience’ – it’s sort of hard to explain and I’m quite sure that 90 something % of the population would think ‘boring’ but we’re the other proportion and we enjoyed it. Later we watched one of the downloaded TV programmes whilst we digested partially rotting fridge food ...