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Leaving Fjallbacka we travelled to some more of the fishing towns along this west coast of Southern Sweden. We couldn't follow the coastline, but rather needed to follow a more inland road and make little journeys in and out to each town. That's the way the ...
... your folk or spoon under it and combine it with the other chunks and pieces and piles. Like food, not art.
I have never enjoyed eating as much as we did last night. The chef made bubbly "foams" out of oysters to top tender scallops, grilled tiny cubes of sirloin to perfection, decorated browned butter sauces with pearls of tapioca, topped sliced potatoes with crushed walnuts, bread crumbs and caviar and dried out the ...
... and were the perfect place for a nice, albeit hot, stroll today as we made our way over to the Haga and Linne districts of Gothenburg, neighbourhoods known for their shopping and people-watching. We were more than pleasantly surprised by Haga, which had great shopping of the independent-boutique variety, full of impossibly-cute little shops on an even cuter Main Street. But there was something even better going on in Haga - the food! The Swedish love their Fika, ...
So, today I decided it was time for me to get some more of the stuff I need before Canada sorted, and on todays list was clothing.
I bought my baselayers two weeks back or so, and yeah, I look like a ninja. It's like a really tight one-piece, yeah you get the idea I think. Merino wool to keep me warm all through the winter (hopefully). Also got a Fleece sweater, which I will wear as a 2nd layer, probably ...
... and leave as usual early on Tuesday morning back on the E6 down to Helsingborg to catch the ferry to Helsingor in Denmark. Going up we had driven from Copenhagen to Malmo over the bridge. This time we decided to catch the ferry and enter Copenhagen from the north. The journey took only 20 minutes from leaving the harbour one side and driving off the other side. Just time for a snack!
The weather was beautifully warm and quite ...