Travel Blogs from Huskvarna
... About two years ago I stayed in Australia with a family and they regularly took me to watch the Brumbies play in their matches. You might wonder what could possibly be similar between rugby and ice hockey, but don't worry I'll come to that in a minute.
First of, the stadium. When we arrived the first thing I saw was a lot of people walking around and quite some stands that sold little souvenirs and other collectibles. Before entering the building you had to show the ...
... br> Thursday: Swedish language class 15:00-17:00
When my other class starts I'll have class on Monday and Wednesday as well, and those lectures are longer.
Don't get too grumpy and say that I barely do anything, because most of this class is self-study. You make your own word lists and you're responsible for actually learning to speak more. During class we mostly pay attention to grammar and ...
... weeks You constantly see parents and teachers in the park watching the children go down the hill on a sleigh, which made it quite tempting to get one myself. I managed to resist though, as most of the sleighs are expensive or too small.
Anyhow, most of my neighbours have different classes than I do. Which makes it difficult to meet up at times. We still talk and stuff by the use of whatsapp and facebook, especially for us ...
... cinnamon bun and some kind of chocolate chip cookies, to sandwiches. Contrary to a high tea, you pick one pastry and have tea or coffee with that.
As you can see on the few pictures I took, I wholeheartedly joined in on the tradition.
p.s. I have more pictures that I will upload later on, but those are still on my camera and if I want to have dinner tonight I do need to go buy some groceries ...
... building to describe, but mom took a picture which I'll upload.
When we got to the bridges, the very long bridges, I got to drive. My final driving for quite some time. It was quite windy (including an issued wind alarm) so I'm happy we didn't take the boat, which makes my seasick on a good day.
Anyhow, staying behind a truck and a car with a trailer was the tactic I stuck with. That way i could see where the wind was stronger. We even ...