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... government is unquestionably corrupt, with its Zulu President's five wives driving Mercedes and living in mansions while schoolchildren don't have proper books. Luzanne's and Shawn's home loses electricity for hours on a random schedule each fall while the inadequate system "stores power" for the upcoming winter.
Shawn's enormously successful, dazzling law partner, Brian, and Brian's elegant wife, Sarah, just sold all of their properties in "Joburg" and ...
... and inside the shopping mall gave us a good, albeit quick taste of Gothenburg. People were uniformly pleasant, and nearly all the shop clerks spoke English. We only saw two street beggars.
So far, the weather has been with us. There was a brief bit of rain and lots of big, puffy clouds, but also a lot of sun. But the forecast for here tomorrow, as well as Stockholm and Helsinki later this week is for rain. ...
One week left, 7 days, 168 hours, 10080 minutes, Yeah I can keep going, but the thing is:
I'M FINALLY GOING!
So excited to start this journey, hoping for lots of good memories and new friends along the way!
I should probably recap the last week(s) as well, since I've done some stuff without bringing it up here in the blog. I've bought a backpack which I'll be using on the mountain, Ortovox Free ride 18L. Kind of a small bag, but I don't expect any longer ...
... customs with no problems. I overheard some folks speaking English with an American accent. I introduced myself to them and they were from Chicago and also picking up their new Volvo. We chatted for the next couple of hours while waiting for our final flight to Gothenburg. The final flight was short and sweet.
Arrival in Gothenburg was great. Goose-bumpy great, because we were finally where we've been waiting to go to for six ...
... lunch out of the way, we began wandering once again. We started walking through an area that we later learned is called Haga. The buildings are small, but the a lot of the architecture is at least 200 years old. There are small shops and marketplaces, and it seems like a tiny, 19th century village in the middle of a modern city. While in Haga, we looked down a side street and saw a massive, steep stair case. Naturally, we checked it out.
When we got to the base ...