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... fix itself within a month. Gert had really enjoyed the motorcycle trip until the accident and was sad that we couldn't continue.
After a short discussion, we found a compromise to continue our journey, and, a few days ago I locked my bike in his shed and we set off in Gert's car for the town of Groningen for a stay with his sister and brother-in-law. Our plans changed several times within a span of two days. ...
... The whistle blew and shane was still on the train so I jumped on and hoped it was the right one (and also hoped that Shane hadnt jumped off!). Everything is 10x harder when you are carting around a huge backpack.. Found shane further up the train and we admired the view out the window of the bridge between Denmark and Sweden.
Arrived in Malmo, looks just like Copenhagen - with lots of bikes! After more floundering around we JUST made it to our ...
... left me with good impression. She didn't speak any English but she kept hugging me.
I saw Anita and her husband, the sisters of Jonas, Erik's cousins, etc. Another round of intense family meeting. The afternoon time was more like my type because Erik's friend came. Jonathan, the American boy. Danniel and his brother, Nicklos, Patrick, Sophia...Can't count them all. It was like a ...
Back to Skara I felt home sweet home. At least I had someone to talk to.
The next morning was the high-school graduation day in Skara. It was an annual event that everybody on town celebrated it. I was so lucky to see a wonderful graduation. Oh yes, Berit was the teacher of the high school.
In the morning around 9am, all the students and teachers gathered at the church for a small concert. Very peaceful and ...
... with five kids and Jonathan was the eldest brother. Time between young people always went fast. Besides seeing around the big house, we five young people went to a nearnby cafe called the North Pole for a fika. North Pole was Jonas's favorite fika place!
After Jonathan, we went to Danniel's house. Danniel was Erik's best friend for many years. I met him once in HK when he visited Erik there. A tall and handsome guy, not as shy ...