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... a couple blocks), saw lots of buses, found two other people looking for SPB, but no SPB signs or reps. We headed back toward the port gates and came upon other from our group and the SPB person. We found our bus – and there were actually two SPB tour buses and there were only 18 people on each of the full-size buses. We got to spread out and everyone could have a window seat if they wanted to.
The tour began with a drive through Sodermalm, the biggest ...
... every country you could think of.
I have been having trouble adjusting my body clock to the 18+ hrs of daylight. Eating dinner at 8 pm when it's broad daylight just doesn't feel right! I wonder how it affects cortisol levels etc for people who live in the northern northern hemishphere, where for one part of the year it is dark, and for the other part the sun never goes down. Opponents to daylight savings back in Australia would have a meltdown here!!
... I even got multiple entries, which means I can do a weekend trip to Japan. I stayed at a difrent place every night. My cousins cottage in the countryside. My aunts aparment in Hökarängen. Several of my old friends apartments, one even located int he old town. A few of the highlights were hanging out with my old classmates from journalism school – memories and a few beers – family night with my aunts and cousins where ...
... but I nearly choked a few times as I wandered Hanoi and for a split second thought I had him right in front of me! Anyway, if he lived now he would be like four hundred years old or something (just exaggerating a little), but anyhow, grandpa' or lookalike, I looked twice (or stared, just a wee bit, nothing obvious).
It is funny how I've grown up with some Asian influence in my life (my mum being from Singapore and all). ...
... folk, more rich and getting back to nature types. Though they all do seem to be in their fifties so maybe they retire early here. Some of the flower arrangements... Im such a hippy. There's row upon row of their boats tied up for cruising pleasure. Even better are some good forest and nature patches. I highly recommend a visit.
On Thursday I walked into the city and saw the sights like city hall, the royal palace and all the ...
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