Our last day in Gothenburg is the one I’ve been looking forward to the most. The West Coast of Sweden is made up of a series of rocky archipelagos, and near Gothenburg many of them are inhabited, so its quite easy to catch a commuter ferry from the last tram stop out to see the […]Read more "Archipelagos and Cinammon Buns"
Today I learned that Mayday is more than just a maritime distress signal. Turns out it’s quite important to the Swedes, they hold enormous public parades, and it’s a bonafide holiday so they even close half the city down for it. Including the museums, art galleries and markets. No prizes for guessing what we were […]Read more "Life Lesson #23 – Mayday, May Day"
Early rise this morning. 3:45am, to be exact. I always find it funny how a two hour flight can take nine hours travel, but I suppose that’s budget airlines for you. We’ve been looking forward to coming to Gothenburg (aka Göteborg, and pronounced yer-te-borh) because we haven’t had much of a chance to get off the […]Read more "Gothenburg"