Working on a confirmation camp in Flen, Sweden

I almost never write about my home country, Sweden. I thought I should do that too, in case someone is interested in what we have to offer here. ;)

Last weeks I’ve been in Flen, in Södermanland. A small town with about 6000 habitants. It’s just about 2 hours drive from Stockholm.

I’ve been actually working in the kitchen on a confirmation camp with the Swedish Church. And not any confirmation camp at all. One that is open to all kind of people, they don’t care about chromosomes as they say. So there are people with some kind of handicap, like autism, downs syndrome, adhd, or just nothing at all.

” Confirmation is a rite of initiation in several Christian denominations,[1] normally carried out through anointing, the laying on of hands, and prayer, for the purpose of bestowing the Gift of the Holy Spirit. (…) In Christianity, confirmation is seen as the sealing of the covenant created in Holy Baptism

 

On our way down, we stopped to buy some food. We had a very small car, and very much food… So started our 2 hour roadtrip like this:

How the heck are we supposed to get this into the car???

How the heck are we supposed to get this into the car???

Fully packed car!!

Like this! Fully packed car!! And we even had to go a second time!

The leaders having our first meal together before the confirmands arrived to the camp

The leaders having our first meal together before the confirmands arrived to the camp

 

I’m myself not confirmated, not even baptised. But if I had been, I would have liked to attend to this camp when I was about 14 years old. It is beautiful, they do many fun activities (like their own t-shirts, cups, bookmarks,  go kayaking, hiking etc) and they sing a lot. It’s very cozy.

 

Worshipping at the beach, and singing songs

Worshipping at the beach and singing songs on the reunion weekend

Singing songs around the fire "Lägerbål"

Singing songs around the fire ”Lägerbål”

They put a tarp on the grass, sprayed it with water and soap, put on their rain clothes and voilá!

They put a tarp on the sloping grass, sprayed it with water and soap, put on their rain clothes and voilá!

Gålötryckaren - "gålö-cheek to cheek-dance" - at the end of the disco

Gålötryckaren – ”gålö-cheek to cheek-dance” – at the end of the disco at reunion-weekend


Here in Sweden they are protestants
, and I’ve learned a lot about ”our” religion during this time. I don’t consider myself of any religion though, but I think this one is the fairest inside the christianity. Our priest at the camp is for example a homosexual woman, married to the bishop of Stockholm. So yes, in this religion, it is ok to be who you are. It’s fantastic. I grew up in Spain where they are catholics, where women can’t be priests, where priests can’t get married, where the church think being homosexuality is not ok.

I am proud of Sweden.  

I got the job through a friend of mine, and I worked together in the kitchen with my boyfriend Duilio and a girl named Alva. We worked two weekends here during spring, and now 3 weeks during summer, then 1 more weekend in autumn. It’s a big sort of ”conference center” in Flen. Quite an outdated center, but on a nice location, just by a lake and with surrounding green forest and horse pastures.

 

I love alleys.

I love alleys.

Horses

Horses

Beautiful sunset by the other side of the lake, close to Yxtaholm

Beautiful sunset by the other side of the lake, close to Yxtaholm

Beautiful sunset!!!! Also by the other side of the lake, in april on our first weekend.

Beautiful sunset!!!! Also by the other side of the lake, in april on our first weekend.

Finally some time of between lunch and dinner - out and enjoying the sun!

Finally some time of between lunch and dinner – out and enjoying the sun!

Jose fishing

Jose and Duilio fishing

After 2 weeks my cousin Jose from Barcelona came to visit, his first time in Sweden. He helped us in the kitchen too. He was quite serious in the beginning, everything must have been so new and weird for him. Not only to come to Sweden, which has another culture then Spain, but also to this camp, with this religion, all kind of different people and different rules. We eat early compared to Spain, breakfast at 8.30, lunch at 12, and dinner at 17.30. He eats dinner about 11-12pm! Haha. Total change!

On our way back from picking up Jose at the airport :)

On our way back from picking up Jose at the airport :)

Ready to serve the food

Ready to serve the food

What a lovely dish-team!

What a lovely dish-team!

For example, before and every meal, we sing a song (something to thank the lord for the food or alike). If someone wants to say something, they raise their hand, and when you see someone with their hand up, you stop talking and raise your hand too, until everyone has their hand raised and is quiet. First time it happened with Jose he exclaimed ”Que pasa?!” (What is happening?!) haha.

Singin song after eating

Singin song after eating

We had to prepare breakfast, lunch, fruit-time, dinner and afternoon snack for about 40 people everyday. We worked from 8am to 8pm, and every 2-3 days went to the supermarket after that to buy lot’s of food. (About two supermarket trolleys full every 2-3 days).

Cooking and dishing..

Cooking and dishing..

One of our sunday-meals

One of our sunday-meals

Pyttipanna!

Pyttipanna!


We only got two days vacation in 3 weeks
, on the 17th and 18th day. We were completely exhausted. Both me, Alva, Jose and Duilio. We got a small cabin just about 100 metres away from the camp, lovely cabin, where we really enjoooooooyed our time off. SO MUCH!!!!

We have arrived at our cabin!!! :)

We have arrived at our cabin!!! :)

When we finished of dinner we went to the supermarket to buy some food, alcoholfree beer (not allowed with alcohol on the camp, but really wanted a beer), chips and chocolate. We went down to the lake for a fika, and then when the mosquitoes were eating us to much, back to the cabin where we played cards and kept eating unhealthy things until late, and next morning we slept until 11am. HEHE!

Lovely evening - our first of! Icecream, chokladbollar, chocolate, coffee.... :)

Lovely evening – our first of! Icecream, chokladbollar, chocolate, coffee…. :)

Enjoying our first evening of in the cabin :)

Enjoying our first evening of in the cabin :)


Next day, after a good nights sleep we went on a small trip to Katrineholm
(a close-by city with about 60.000 habitants).

We visited super cool and super big antique shop, had some ice-cream in town and went to a nice bathing area where I took my first swim in the Swedish water since like 5 years back. Then went back to town for a nice meal (I had veggie nachos) and then back to the camp, just doing nothing.

Visiting a huge antique shop in Katrineholm. Love this room!

Visiting a huge antique shop in Katrineholm. Love this room!

And the other room in the antique shop, you could get lost there!

And the other room in the antique shop, you could get lost there!

First swim in sweden for years!!!

First swim in sweden for years!!!

The gang who didn't take a swim.

The gang who didn’t take a swim.


Our last day (and second day) of vacation
, we went to another bathing area just about 5 minutes drive from the camp, supernice! Me, Jose AND Duilio jumped in the water, and even from the diving tower! Had a blast, ate pie and had a whole day of just sun and swedish summer.

At the beach in Flen on our day off :)

At the beach in Flen on our day off :)

Joses first swim in sweden!!

Joses first swim in sweden!!

When we got back it was time to pack our things up to move back to our small rooms by the kitchen, and go to the supermarket to shop for the remaining days of the camp.

The last 4 days passed by quickly and easily, we had a big buffet on the confirmation day for 130 people, but we got catering from the supermarket so we could manage that. That day I walked over 14km just inside our walls!! Not strange I felt so tired in my legs in the evening, haha.

Ready for buffét!

Ready for fika!

The buffet for 130 people!

The buffet for 130 people!

Last evening, gathering with all the parents

Last evening, gathering with all the parents


Our last day was this sunday,
we cleared out all the food that was left, cleaned the kitchen, or rooms, and left around 15. Then in the evening we were invited over to the priest Gunilla for some drinks and a great dinner. Sweet end of the camp!

Team picture after the camp at Gunillas home

Team picture after the camp at Gunillas home

 

Anyhow, now I’m back to my regular job at Ljud och bildmedia. Working 8am to 5pm and since it’s summer and vacation time, we barely have any customers,  it is very cool. But in a little bit then one week – then I have vacation – and I’m going to Spaaaain!!!! I haven’t been there in 2 years, so I’m really looking forward to it now!!

 

A few more pictures:

Annonser

Coming home and celebrating Christmas in Sweden

The way back home went smoothly, it was just very long. I arrived early morning at the bus station in Sao Paolo the 17th, hung around for a few hours before heading to the airport where I did nothing for another few hours (about 10 hours) until I finally boarded the airplane. I fell asleep that same second. (I did wake up later to eat dinner and watch a movie too).

I changed flights in London, and hung with a half Brazilian- half italian drummer, Celso, who lived in Netherlands. He spoke portugese and I spoke Spanish (portuñol). I notice now that I really will miss the Portuguese! Then I had a few more hours before landing in Sweden.

And what do I see when I go out from the arrivals?? My favorite fencing girls, Carro, Sara and Jannica!! They had all bunk off work and school to meet me there, with a big Welcome home-sign and flowers. I was truly surprised! Of course the ones I expected was also there, my mother and my grandmother. Lovely! Couldn’t had asked for more. Well, yes, snow. Apparently this is one of the warmest winters ever, it’s like +6*C. A little bit sad actually to not have a white Christmas!

Finaste mötet på flygplatsen!

Finaste mötet på flygplatsen!

Came home to my apartment where I have two lodgers, a couple. And damn, it was messy. I barely recognized my own home, stuff everywhere, and my own stuff had been put away god knows where. Also, I had asked them to take out a package I sent when I left Argentina, and they hadn’t seen the letter from the post office, or the reminder letter… I arrived the 17 of December and the last date to pick up was the 20th of November… I quickly ran to the post office but the package had left back to Argentina. So 10 kg of winter clothes, bracelet-stuff, Christmas gifts, mates, souvenirs… And the post there isn’t really that reliable. I don’t know if I ever see that again. :(

I spent about 2 days trying to organize my home a little bit. Barely see my lodgers. But anyways, it felt good to be home! My own room, my own bed. :)

My kitchen - ah, I love!!

My kitchen – ah, I love!!

My christmas corner at home ;)

My christmas corner at home ;)

I took a shower and woooooow, such a great shower!! The water pressure is really hard (adjustable) and the water really hot (adjustable) – and the best thing of it all – neither the hot water or even the water never ends!! :)

I uploaded some pictures, and woooow, internet is really really super fast here!!! Can’t believe it. Haha. Also I have really missed spotify!

AND TO BE ABLE TO CROSS THE ROAD EASILY!! Haha. I went to the super market and it felt so weird that the cars stopped even before I had reach the zebra crossing – they knew I was crossing and stopped before to wait for me to cross. In south America they don’t even stop if you are on the zebra crossing before them, you have to run over between the cars that never slow down for you!

Another thing that feels weird – I can throw toilet paper in the toilet!! Haha… still about 50% of my toilet paper ends up in the paper bin anyways just because I’m used to it now.

Oh and one more thing – I have so much stuff and so much clothes! I can’t believe that all of this is mine. All furniture and all the things in this apartment. It’s really amazing how I can have all this. And so much clothes!! For the first time in a year I didn’t know what to wear – just because I had so many options!!

Anyway, it feels good to be home. I thought I was going to feel depressed about being back to the “cold” and the dark, but it feels great actually. I have missed home. It’s just that we are so spoiled. But sometimes that is good too ;)

Well.. That’s a small update of the first things that have chocked me when going back to Sweden. So what have I done then? Haha. I have had something planned for everyday!

On Friday I met up with some friends at Theodoras, then I slept over at Carros new apartment which is at walking distance from there. In the morning she invited me to have a birthday breakfast, yummi! We watched “Torka aldrid tårar utan handskar”, great Swedish tv-serie of 3 parts (we only saw 2).

Having a few beers and swedish potato chips before heading out to meet people :)

Having a few beers and swedish potato chips before heading out to meet people :)

Mime, me and Carro :)

Mime, me and Carro :)

Together with Adam, Sinan and my friend from Mexico Alejandro, and his friend.

Together with Adam, Sinan and my friend from Mexico Alejandro, and his friend.

Ran into Aston and Tomas at!

Ran into Aston and Tomas at!

Breakfast at Carros!

Breakfast at Carros!

Then I had to head back home to my mother, where I was going to celebrate my birthday with the whole family. She had it all Christmas decorated, so nice. Supergood food, dessert, gifts, company.

Birthday dinner at moms :) All very serious.. haha

Birthday dinner at moms :) All very serious.. haha

Hanging out at my mothers house at my Birthday

Hanging out at my mothers house at my Birthday

Next day, the 22nd, we celebrated Christmas Eve at my aunt, uncle and cousins house. They wont be at home for the regular Christmas, so we had glögg, Christmas lunch and gift opening for 7 hours the 22nd of December instead.

Our christmas tree and all our gifts. Took 7 hours to open them all!

Our christmas tree and all our gifts. Took 7 hours to open them all!

Having some glögg and pepparkakor, typical swedish christmas drink and sweats

Having some glögg and pepparkakor, typical swedish christmas drink and sweats

MmmmM!!!!!!!

MmmmM!!!!!!! Cheese, bread and crackers, sallad, sill…

MmmmmmMM!M!M!!!!!!!

MmmmmmMM!M!M!!!!!!! Some traditional swedish chrismas food :)

My plate! LOVE our veggie christmas food!!

My plate! LOVE that there is so much veggie christmas food!!

Christmas lunch!

Christmas lunch! The grown up table ;)

Can't really say this is the childrens table anymore since we are all over 18 years old, haha. But the youths table at least :)

Can’t really say this is the childrens table anymore since we are all over 18 years old, haha. But the youths table at least :)

Usually me and Tove (my cousin) are the same height. But then she decided to climb up a chair, leaving me alone, as the shortest one in our family.

Usually me and Tove (my cousin) are the same height. But then she decided to climb up a chair, leaving me alone, as the shortest one in our family.

The 23rd I worked at my old work, Ljud och Bildmedia. Also so much fun to be back and do something. It was also really calm and about a forth of the people that usually works there, since it’s Christmas time they have all taking vacations to visit their families around in Sweden.

After work I was invited over to Erik & Eriks for some julfika (christmas fika). They live really close to the work. We had some glögg and Swedish chocolate, soooo good. It is the best chocolate in the world. Erik also gave me a birthday gift – or better said two – DVDs that seem to be really good. SO SWEET!!

At Erik and Eriks house having some julfika!

At Erik and Eriks house having some julfika!

Eriks gifts for me!

Eriks gifts for me!

The 24th  of december I spent the whole morning cleaning my apartment, then I went over to my mothers, had a light lunch before heading to the super market to buy Christmas food for Duilio to try when he arrives. Then we watched Donald Duck (a tradition in Sweden), opened a few more gifts and had dinner.

Moms christmas tree with a few gifts for todays christmas ;)

Moms christmas tree with a few gifts for todays christmas ;)

At my mothers on Christmas Eve, having dinner, only us three. :)

At my mothers on Christmas Eve, having dinner, only us three. :)

Lightning a tomtebloss!

Lightning a tomtebloss!

Love them!!

Love them!!

Today, the 25th of December, my boyfriend Duilio arrives here in Stockholm! He has now a residence and working permit for 2 years! I have looked forward to this moment for soooo long now. Can’t believe it is actually happening!!

So yes, summa summarum, I went abroad for a year, and came back with the love of my life, who is literally leaving his whole life behind to come to live with my for a few years to start with. He will start a blog too where you can follow his journey instead ;)

Now it’s time to say good bye for this year.

I wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new years!!!

Here comes a video of my family during Christmas, singing a ”snapsvisa”, a Swedish traditional drinking song.

 

I’m so lucky – get an insight in a traditional swedish christmas

I’m lucky to have such a wonderful family, and I’m lucky to live in beautiful Sweden.

When we were younger we used to spend the summers together, when me and my mother were living in Spain, we stayed at my uncles’ house when we were visiting Sweden, and later when we moved here we spend a week together at our grandmothers house or at their caravan every summer. Nowadays, we kids are slightly older, and the family only get together on special occasions like birthdays or christmas, maybe that’s why I appreciate it even more now.

We are actually a really stubborn and besserwisser-family, and we do discuss a lot,  about really unimportant little things. But now that I’m older I start to smile when I hear the typical discussions springing, because it’s so typical us. (not when I’m being attacked myself of course, because in this family everyone think they are right, so sometimes it’s not worth to try to explain for example why you don’t eat meat, of course I can say my opinion but I can never be right (if they don’t already think as me, which they don’t, so…). But still, it’s family, and I love them!

I have celebrated ”real” Christmas here in Sweden with them just a couple of times, we used to have a new-years-eve-christmas instead only because I always spent the christmas eve with my family in Spain. Not this year though, due to some issues there and also because of my trip to South America, I wanted to spend my Christmas here in Stockholm with my mother and my swedish family, and I’m very glad that I did!

Celebrating my 25th birthday at my place

Celebrating my 25th birthday at my place. We ate lots of christmas cookies and homemade chocolate truffles.  And I got santa’s sparkles or whatever they are called in english. :)

Christmas 2012!

Christmas 2012! Our tree (yes, we do give each other quite many gifts!), me, my really good veggie christmas food (which I’m not responsable for), and the gift’s I had wrapped in :)

Panorama picture over Swedish traditional christmas celebration :) Gifts, wrapping paper, glögg, coffee, christmas candy...

Panorama over the living room, a Swedish traditional christmas celebration :) Exchanging gifts, reading rimes, drinking glögg, coffee, eating christmas candy… :)

Some of the gifts I got for christmas and my birthday from my family :)

Some of the gifts I got for christmas and my birthday from my family :) Very happy!!  Almost everything is for my trip! Really loooove the purple sweater! Yaaay!

Swedish winter 2012

The residential area and my balcony this winter 2012. Beautiful!

 

I’m also so lucky because it has been a really good winter so far this year. The last years here in Stockholm you never know how the weather is going to be in December, mostly it changes between being wet and dirty everywhere because of melting snow (yes, we had one period of it this year) and super slippery because the melting snow has frozen again, I was afraid it was going to be like a really cold and dark autumn instead of a white christmas. But nope! There has been loooots of snow! And it hasn’t been that cold at all! Usually, after 1-2 months of snow and darkness, I get really tired of it, but I haven’t this year. I don’t know if it’s because I know I’m leaving and won’t need to stand out with it during january, february, march, probably april, maybe even may….. But, I sort of feel that I actually will miss the beauty of it. But you can’t have everything ;)
It was my wish to have a good real white swedish winter here with my family before I leave, and I feel really lucky to have had it. Thank you!


What makes you feel lucky and happy this time at year?

Merry Christmas and a Happy new year everybody!!!!

P.S Feliz Navidad familia española. Que penita que no nos hayamos podido ver este año! Pienso en vosotros. Besitos y amor!

Next: Lyon

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On my way to the airport this cold and dark Saturday. Its been snowing non-stop for the last couple of days, so now its ”real” winter. I’m actually glad about it. I like when there is a lot of snow but I don’t like when it’s melting so hopefully it will stay this way until my departure.

I’ll arrive in Geneva, Amer who I met this summer at the fencing camp in Hungary is picking me up there, then we are heading to Lyon.

I’m bringing my new two loves, the waterproof lumix camera and the MacBook air. So I’ll be testing the gear I’ve bought for the south America-trip :)

I’ll keep you updated.

Arrevoir!

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Trying this video-thing…

Since I’ll be posting videos from the trip, I thought I’ll try  it out first.

I have created an account on Vimeo, where I will upload the videos . Apparently, since I have the free account, I have a waiting line for converting the video.. Only 15 minutes left now! (30 in the beginning). So.. now I know that I need plenty of time online next time I’ll try this!

I don’t have so many videos on my phone, this one is from work this summer in Sweden.
Let’s see if it gets embedded now.

YAY! It did.

 

Göteborg!

I helgen var vi i Göteborg och hälsade på David! Sjukt nice. David har ju bott hos Carro under biciclo-perioden, så sa han att nästa gång får vi komma och hälsa på honom, och det gjorde vi ett par veckor senare :)
Vi bilade ner på fredagseftermiddagen för att jag jobbade på LBM innan. Resan gick asfort! Fick tom ragg på vägen, haha. ;) När vi kom fram så satt vi på Davids jättemysiag uteplats och drack några öl innan vi rörde oss inåt mot avenyn för att utforska staden, vi hann med 3 olika krogar, skitmysigt. Visserligen kom vi hem rätt sent, men ändå sjukt att man hinner göra allt det där på en fredag! Det är mer än vad jag hinner göra i Sthlm efter jobbet, och då var det ändå en bilresa på 4,5h emellan jobb och utgång!


Flume ride! Haha, axels min är så jäkla skön! Var tvungen att köpa den här bilden. :)
På lördagen blev det såklart, LISEBEEEERG! Woho. Axel som hade semester och var i götet mötte upp oss där, han är så himla kul. När vi åkte Kanonen så åkte axels telefon ut ur fickan också, vi hittade ett batteri och baksidan till telefonen på marken och på taket, men resten av telefonen och simkortet gick förlorat.. det var det enda tråkiga som hände. Annars var det verkligen skitkul att åka nya attraktioner, jag har ju inte varit där på säkert 10 år, jag älskar verkligen attraktionsparker! :) Vi lyckades även träffa på Malva och hennes kille! Helt sjukt. På fredagen så mötte vi av en slump Sophia wester och Konrad från Kalix också, haha! Vi hade iaf en superdag på liseberg, och åkte aaaallt, och blev jätteblöta också, haha.
På kvällen så drog vi ut till Trädgården i göteborg, men vi hade ju förstås lyckats pricka samma helg som gothia cupen, så det var fuuuullt med ungdomar, många hade nog lyckats smita in utan att ha åldern inne! Haha, oj oj, alltså nu förstår jag verkligen varför klubbar har 20 och 23-årsgräns. Men det var en upplevelse iaf :)


Random lodizar på avenyn.

Vår sista dag spenderade vi ute i Göteborgs skärgård, på brännö, där David har sommarstuga. Vi fikade lite på klipporna och sen hälsade vi på Davids mormor och morfar, så hiiimla söta och goa! De bodde jättefint och odlade massa gott i sin stora trädgård. Vi blev bjudna på jättegod fika, med hemmagjord krusbärsmarmelad och vinbärssaft och bullar och sånt där annat mys, det är något speciellt med att få hembakt hos mor och farföräldrar. Jag önskar verkligen att vår generation också tar tiden till det när vi går i pension!


På Brännö så kör alla sån här lastmoped. Oftast körde killen moppen och tjejen satt framme med matkassarna och barnet.


På klipporna med en kaffe latte. :) Lite blåsigt men mys. För övrigt är det här den enda bilden där jag själv tycker att mina ben är fina, EVER!

På Davids mormor och morfars uteplats på ovanvåningen, med utsikt över skärgården. :)


Gofika! Så himla uppskattat!!

Vid 17-snåret var det dags att röra sig hemåt igen, och även det gick fort. Vi hann verkligen göra apmycket på bara en helg. Ska börja resa till andra städer över helgen oftare, sjukt nice!

Visit i Göteborg

Jag och min kära mor åkte från Kallhäll redan 5 .45 på fredagsmorgonen. Vi var ute i god tid, plus att flyget var försenat. Hann inte ens somna innan vi var framme i götet. På flygbussen såg jag världens sötaste kille, ångrar att jag inte gick fram o fråga om nr.. :/

Iaf. Ja o mamma checkade in oss på gothia towers, 13e våningen m utsikt över Liseberg :) det var strålande väder, men medan vi gick runt för att leta lunchställe så började det regna o snöa, typiskt! Hela helgen har haft jättekonstigt väder.
Efter lunchen va vi på orientalisk spa, fyyyyy vaaaaaa skööööönt! Fick massage i säkert en timme, helt öm efteråt! Sen fick jag bada med oljor i ett bubbelbadkar i 30 min o efter det fick jag ansiktsbehandling.
Aldrig varit så avslappnad i heela mitt liv som jag var då. Herrejösses. Axlarna var liksom neråt och huvudet kändes så tungt, somnade till under ansiktsmassagen. Sen blev det lite grönt te på det o så gick vi hem som två helt nya människor!

Åt en sushimiddag (inte så god) o sen hade jag o mamma massa snack om Filmfamiljen. Inte lätt, men vi kom iaf någon vart. :) Vid 21-tiden kunde jag inte hålla ögon n öppna utan somnade gott i min hotellsäng, vaknade vid 24 igen o kunde inte domna om. Skulle vela ha gått ner till pianobaren eller till baren på 23dje våningen, men bidde inte av. Somnade lite senare på morgonkvisten igen innan det var dags att hyra bil o ta sig till Ullared!

Oj oj oj vilket ställe!!! Smockfullt med människor, o sååååå mkt greker! Kul att få ha varit med om det iaf. När dagen var slut hade jag shoppat för lite över 1700 o mamma med…. O de va en dag kvar där :p Vi checkade in i vår stora lägenhet på Ullaredcampingen, värmde pizzor i ugnen, drack lite vin o kollade på min nyinköpta film inception :) mysigt! Somnade rätt sent.

Dagen efter blev det bara några timmar på Ullared, gick igenom de sista avdelningarna o efter några timmar va vi på väg till Göteborg igen. Bodde i Lisebergsbyn. Åt middag på sejdeln vid järntorget, mysigt ställe, åt god. Veg burgare. Fanns även pizza för 39 kr o öl för 32 där. Perfa :) Nu har jag sovit några timmar o vaknat igen. Ska strax försöka somna om. Skriver från telefonen nu :)

Glad över mina inköp iaf: bra regnkläder, gympaskor, långa shorts med massa dragkedjor, first aid kit, rep o annat till resan samt massa dvdfilmer, ny väska, plånbok o annat smått o gott). En avslappnad långhelg med mor. Komma bort lite.