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Today we aimed to be up early this morning so we could head out and make the most of the nice weather...so at 8:30 we made it to breakfast! Well we were slightly earlier than yesterday at least....so after breakfast we headed to the butterfly farm which was 2 buses and a bit of a walk....the first bus is only 100 m from our hostel which is convenient....and we rode that to Odenplan and then change for Haga norre which is big parkland with lots ...
... with both hands, etc. I thought that was quite good!! Then some more dance performance , this time from "Oppa's Angels" (I kid you not) from Malmö. This group was quite diverse, with Asians, Middle Eastern, and regular Swedish folks (I normally wouldn't point out the races since it's not kosher in Sweden, but it's ok here since this blog is not intended for a Swedish audience!). Again, I was more WTF at the fact how into it these girls were. Like wow. Then a blonde girl came ...
... went over all that in the previous sessions. It was a relaxing way to get back to yoga! Afterwards I took a shower and did some karma yoga. I hung out in the reception area with Emily and another receptionist-- I forget her name, but she is hilarious!! They are both Swedish and really fun and funny. And they made me feel really welcome and appreciated! So yeah, I'm so glad I'm doing this :D Oh yeah, so H&M has been hardcore advertising the coming of the ...
... grocery store. This place also had the same cheap "badsvamp" (literally bath mushroom..). They had one that was a mitten. It looked like something you clean a bath tub with. Then I saw these hard brushes on a plastic stick that also looked like something you scrub a toilet or tub with. I asked this older lady and she said, yeah that's what we use! She said one side of the badsvamp is softer than the other, and the hard bristle stuff is for people with "hard skin". She said I ...
... is strawberry soup with caramel ice cream, which is simply to die for!
Four of us power on after dinner to attend a Bach organ concert at the Swedish Cathedral (next to the Royal Palace). The organist does a passable job with the Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, but struggles through the Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor. No matter; it is a splendid conclusion to a fantastic stay in Sweden!
Denmark, here we ...