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... lovely guys from their office and I was interested to compare the way they do real estate here compared to us.
We left about 11 this morning after dropping KA and T back to work to collect their car (a very familiar exercise for us) , and headed off towards Goteborg in Sweden.
About 200 km and we arrived at cousin Aslaug's place and afternoon tea, before dinner of sensational baked fresh spiced cod cooked in sour cream and herbs. Yum!
Arrived in Gothenburg after a 6 hour long train ride, found our hotel and had dinner at their Italian restaurant InContro... Very tasty! Gothia cup (the world's largest youth football competition) was on at the time of our visit so our hotel was packed with 13-15 year old boys from all over the world... Zoe was in heaven *haha*
Friday was amusement park day... Gav and Zoe spent the ...
... for every room in the house. Actually, it is like Bunnings in that before you went there you didn't realize just how many gadgets you really can't do without! After all this we caught bus and tram to a hospital which has offered Peta some temp physio work. She's pretty excited about that.
Off to the airport tomorrow for our flight to Paris via Copenhagen. One night in Paris, one night in Incheon then home. Might be time for one more blog...keep you posted.
... when we got to Erik's summerplace we went for it! Together with Erik and Stefan - two Swedish ******* - we made up a marvellous meaty borsh, pelmeni (Russian meat dumplings, just like meatballs in the dough) and even the rabarber cake. After it all was eaten we could do nothing more but fall asleep. So Russian !
MEATBALLS & ALMONDI
The next day of Erik's summerhouse was a Swedish day, full of meatballs, fresh dillish potatoes under the special sauce ...
... took me a while to find but it was well worth it. After that I wandered around the little town and stumbled upon a nice restaurant. I was pretty hungry so I ordered a coffee and a scone-looking pastry with cream and apricot jam. It was so nice!
As I was travelling myself a friendly Swedish old man struck up a conversation with me in his half-broken English and Swedish. ...