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During that period we just stayed in Dubai/Sharjah in UAE. We’ve been
traveling so much and riding the bike more or less everyday, except for the period
in Kathmandu, so we wanted to recharge ourself little bit before going home to
Sweden. So…now when we would not use the
bike that much it was time for shopping !!!
Phuuu…10 hours on the bike in Iran and 37 degree C was not even half as
tough as ...
... bridges in Denmark which is made up of many islands. The tolls are very expensive. The toll to the island of Odense was about $35. We made it over a couple more bridges and then had to take a ferry over to Helsingborg, Sweden. The ferry system is very efficient and also expensive. We drove on to the ferry and then went to one of ...
... to work, Lezah and I will go and explore.
Returning home sometime after midnight Philip showed us a tourist book for Denmark and we decided to go and visit a famous castle tomorrow which is an hour train ride from his house. We will meet up with ...
... have cradle to grave security, state-funded hospital and schools and a month long vacation every year.
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Yesterday was a walking day. We continued to have off-again on-again rains, but we dressed accordingly. We headed for the long walk to the Amalienborg Palace where Queen Margrethe II
is in residence. We ...
... She replied, “In half-an-hour.” I thought for a second then responded, “Ok.” How ******* cool is that?! Sweden seems like such a foreign concept in the states, like a distant land that you hear of in a fairytale. I mean, in most circumstances, asking me if I want to go to Sweden would be like asking me if I wanted to go to Narnia. However, I realized that I didn’t have any reason not to go, and the ...