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... Portsmouth seabed in 1982 the team that raised the Vasa in 1961, who helped preserve her were on hand to help with the raising and preservation of the Mary Rose. After a wonderful long day we all went back to Stafan and Månas house and Mirjam Chris's mum joined us for an evening meal cooked by Chris, wraps, pork mince, Cucumber, tomatoes, homemade guacamole and Salsa and much more to add into our wraps. Another super evening and day had by ...
... to the airport. Things went downhill rapidly. I should probably mention I also forgot my passport so at this stage I was concerned they wouldn't let me on the flight, turns out this was the least of my problems.
The hop on/hop off bus we missed somehow but there was one coming in half an hour, no worries. 80 minutes later there was still no sign of a bus. We had to be at the airport at 4.10 to depart at 4.50 it was 3.00 and we were stranded. No worries ...
... the ship to become far too top-heavy and as soon as she got a gust of wind in her sails, she listed, took on too much water through the canon hatches, and sank. The incredible part about this ship and museum though was the restoration and preservation that took place. This ship stayed completely underwater for 333 years before she was found again and brought to surface. They were able to reconstruct her and she is now on display with 98% of ...
Yesterday while helping Rob renovate their new house I got something in my eye which was still there this morning. This resulted in a trip to the centre of beautiful Stockholm and the eye hospital. Following that Rob and I drove to their house for a day of work only to discover he had forgotten his keys. We decided to take the day off.
p.s. The plank was removed from my eye with no lasting ill effects...perhaps I will be wiser ...
Well, we've come home and I'm experiencing the usual transition to almost endless daylight. I love the long days, but the very, very early sunrise has my internal clock a bit confused. I'm writing this entry at 4 AM. Even so, I love being back in Stockholm.
We left up our Spanish apartment very early on Thursday. Our wonderful neighbors Tavo and Darlene drove us to the airport and we boarded Norwegian Air before 6:30 AM. We were in Sweden by 10:30 and ...