Strand Hotell & Dalaro Pensionat

Address: Odinsvagen 2, Dalarö , Stockholm County, 130 54, Sweden | Hotel
 
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      Core Course Week

      A travel blog entry by lchristopher12 on Feb 16, 2015

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      ... mother tongue languages are hired to come and teach the students in their respective language. So the class is broken up into multiple small groups depending on their mother tongue language and the class is taught in that language.
      Next we went to Malmö University and heard a presentation from a group who's goal is to train 16-29 year olds to become leaders in the community. These trained leaders have typically been incarcerated and are trying to get ...

      Dalaro

      A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks on Jul 11, 2013

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      Today we purposely stayed off the highways, keeping to the more tourist friendly roads heading towards Stockholm. Drove through many quaint towns, acknowledging how much water this country has! Lakes galore.... On the way explored an 18th century style farm. Now like always we have found a fantastic spot to call home for the night, with superb lake side views. Enjoying a glass of champagne watching the sunset sharing it with perfect ...

      We discover the extent of the problem

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 13, 2013

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      ... we had no idea of the extent of the problem, we did not know whether this was a run of the mill sort of problem or whether it would be something more fundamental. We didn’t think it was much but you never know…

      We had lunch in a nice little bakery that had a café attached and later, after revisiting the boat and doing a bit of tidying up, we were given a lift back by Jörgen’s son Robin, ...

      Back to the wilds

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 20, 2012

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      ... 50 SEK (under £5.00), which was very reasonable.

      Once drying was done, we were able to leave and we were on our way by 11:45. I bade farewell to our chatty and friendly neighbour, who was sailing with her husband and young daughter. She was an accountant, working for KPMG and was born and raised in Russia, specifically Kaliningrad, the isolated little pocket of Russia that is on the Baltic and which we ...

      A Messy Exit

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 22, 2012

      ... but the skipper prevailed and at 11:00, having bought some nice bread and rolls and after a breakfast of croissants, c/o the new bakery on Utö, (nice but expensive, 150 SEK for 1 loaf, 4 rolls, 2 croissants and one Danish pastry), we started the engine and gingerly reversed/pulled the boat out between our neighbours and attempted to lift the Bruce anchor. It had done its' job, we were well and truly embedded. So much so that ...