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... roasting coffee from the Gevalia factory: all I wanted to do was go to sleep, but my senses were telling me it was time to wake up!
We walked from the station to Emelie's apartment, made up the beds, hung quilts on the windows to make it dark enough to sleep, and crashed until about 11am.
When we had ambled out of bed and had some breakfast, we walked to the shops and got some very important supplies: one of the things I loved the most about Sweden last time we ...
The day started with blue skies and sunshine but quickly decimated by sea mist, quickly followed by rain which stayed with us the whole day and night.
We couldn't leave Sweden without visiting Ikea. They only have 18 stores in Sweden and we happened to come across one of them just in time for lunch. We joined hundreds of Swedish just doing that. The menu is the same as UK but cheaper and more fun to order ...
... that no one really takes, 'cept for me not to be nowhere, when the early morning breaks." I finally seemed to understand my favorite musicians lyrics, Tallest Man on earth, who lives 20 minutes from where we were staying. Everyone in my class seemed to embrace this idea, and we all went on long walks alone to enjoy being in a place of real beauty.
I am really thankful for this trip, not only for the amazing facilities that ...
... surrounding village looked like it was an affluent area with lots of red painted wooden houses with terraces set around a lovely lake with a fountain. It really was too hot to do anything else so we headed back to the digs and I am currently sat in the garden with a coffee. Off out tonight to a local hostelry for a beer (only £4 a pint) and some food. All in all a quiet day. Another big riding day tomorrow I believe so early night for me later Catch you all ...
... Niklas swoops in with a dance to separate me. He was keeping an eye on me as 'I'm one of the group now'.. So sweet!
The 'shortcut' through the woods definitely had us more soaked than planned. They were so organised with drunk food ready to heat up before we drove home at 3am (sun still up).
The mission for everyone turned into one to find me a date so that I can stay in Sweden, if not, everyone told me that I must return to the ...