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26th August 2008

Jävlar vad vackert!!!
Jag gillar ju inte att svära egentligen, men jag finner inga andra ord. Herre jävlar, möjligen... Det ser ju ut som en bättre Sagan om...-filmatisering. Jag storknar, och hänger gärna med nästa gång!
25th August 2008

To Hell and back
Well,they actually sold postcards from Hell in Bergen, for some reason. I thought of sending you one, but I guess you got one when you were there. But you, if noone else, know why we just HAD to climb that mountain :-)
From Blog: Mounting Sátan
25th August 2008

You've seen Satan, I've seen...
You have seen Satan. I'm impressed! Last year I was in Hell! Ake
From Blog: Mounting Sátan
15th March 2008

Russia town
Fascinating. When the Chinese take over the world, we'll probably see more of those ...
From Blog: A day by the sea
15th March 2008

Consulate
It was just me being not-very-clear, as often in a hurry :-) We went past there in the evening, and just visiting a consulate withoud an errand seemed useless, but had we known it was an active church still, we might have gone there to ask for Djungelvrål or something :-) and of course, to get to know more about the city, since we lacked any local aquaintance.
From Blog: A day by the sea
15th March 2008

What fun!
Thanks for the Liverpudlian insight. What was there in the consulate that you found out later? Or did I miss it in the text.
From Blog: A day by the sea
15th March 2008

You can't have a Chinatown in Beijing
Many cities in the World have a Chinatown (London, New York, San Francisco for instance). But Beijing doesn't since being a Chinese city it in itself is a Chinatown, right? So instead Beijing actually has a Russiatown. It's true! Road signs and shop signs are written i Russian, the shops sell typical Russian products and the restaurants have a larger selection of vodka than of food.
From Blog: A day by the sea
15th March 2008

England was a long time ago...
I had almost forgotten you were going to England. It's been a long time since we were there... Too long in fact... We'd better plan a trip there soon then. Loved the Cheshire Cat BTW. Among other things Alice had this to say about her Cheshire Cat "I have often seen a cat without a grin but never a grin without a cat."
From Blog: The North!
18th September 2007

Take a bike!
Ah, well, as long as you have a bike you can get anywhere in the NL in no-time, from the southeast border to IJmuiden, or maybe even Groningen :-)
17th September 2007

Our friend is on the blogg
Hi Zakje (and Zakje's mum), This is Emma and Jean-Claude. So your mum let you in on one of the photos. We hope you liked Amsterdam. We hope our mum and dad brings us there soon too. But first we are going to Poland next week and then in November we go to Paris. Au revoir!
17th September 2007

Finally a new entry
Hi Irene, We've been waiting a long time for a new entry on the blogg. Nice to read about your visit to Netherlands. When a KLM flight was 6 hours delayed once we missed our connecting flight and we then had to spend a day in Amsterdam. We liked the city a lot. Take care, Emma and Ake
17th September 2007

Nice stuff ...
... if you have good shoes. But it was fun to see and read. Holland is on my long list for places to visit. So are the Galapagos, but the Netherlands seem somewhat more likely. Though if we go there, it's more likely to be places closer to the German border towards the south so we can visit where Gisela was born (Rheydt) at the same time.
31st August 2007

Länk
Om man är inloggad när man svarar/skriver kommentarer, så blir det tomatiskt en länk :-)
14th August 2007

Synd att jag inte såg skylten tidigare...
Hej Irene, Jag tittade igenom din blogg om Trondheim. Synd att jag inte gjorde det innan jag åkte dit för det hade varit kul att leta rätt på den där vägskylten du hade foto på. Jag hade velat plåta den jag med. Hur gör du så att du får en länk till Resekaninen-bloggen när du lägger in kommentarer på vår blogg? Åke
14th November 2006

Definitivt mindre regn
Jotack, att vara i Skottland var rena semestern, regnmässigt. Regnade i Glasgow, men inget man inte kunde motstå med normala Göteborgskläder :-)
From Blog: Pheew!
13th November 2006

KANIIIIIIIIN
kul att se att neneninen är ute o rör på tassarna. hoppas det regnar mindre än vad det gjorde här hemma i Gbg idag. Trevlig fortsatt resa!
From Blog: Pheew!
10th November 2006

On the road again!
Willie Nelson sang wonderfully nasally about travelling and the whys and wherefores thereof. You seem to thrive doing it - I look forward to hearing more.
4th August 2006

Emma
I hope you did a litle revolutionary dance for old Emma.
From Blog: The Windy city
31st July 2006

My stomping grounds
So now you've visited Boston, New England and Philly - all places I've spent a lot of time. And Elfreth's Alley I've walked, as I have the Swedish-American memorials of various sorts. There are many and most are better than what you've pointed to. Oh well! The grass is always greener ... Just to let you know that I read your blogs with pleasure and will look forward to hearing more when you return. And along the way. Sven
27th July 2006

... as to why you're heading the wrong way ...
... I can't really answer, since I don'tknow which way you feel you should be heading. Though a wrong turn somewhere is a possible answer. Still, if what you're doing is deciding how Americans are on the basis of how New Yorkers are, then I can understand the question. It would be like deciding how Swedes are by visiting Degemora or Jukkasjärvi. The US is a large, diverse country, where no one place is indicative of the national character. That undefinable object is probably undefinable, anyway. It reminds me of a story of how drivers differ in three east coast cities: In Philadelphia they supposedly know you (the pedestrian) are there, but don't really care. In New York they know you're there and aim for you. In Boston they don't know you are there. So which one is American? Beats me. Try another place, another turn. And above all, enjoy. Sven
From Blog: Day 1
20th July 2006

USA-oskulden!
Nu blir du snart av med den. Nervöst? Tänk vad vi ska ha att prata om när du kommer hem. ;-) Puss!
From Blog: Holiday started
6th May 2006

Inga saltkristaller
Vi bara badade fötterna, i princip, så det blev inte mkt till tittande på botten. Vet inte heller vad vi såg, eftersom vi knappt vet var vi var när bussen stannade. En israelisk linjebuss tar liksom inte turistinfo på köpet, så att säga ;-) Dessutom sov jag mest under resan, så jag var inte med på kartan heller.
6th January 2006

doda havet
Doda havet... nar jag var dar var det fullt av saltkristaler på botten, skar man sig pa dem sved det ordentnligt i saret. Vattnet sag ut som simmig citronsaft, ungefar. Det var overkligt, men man flot faktiskt i rygglage. Ditt intryck? Sag du Ein-Gedi eller Masada?
27th July 2005

Odrägliga spanjorskor ??
Vad menar du med odrägliga spanjorskor som röker hela tiden?? Sådana finns väl inte ;)Himla kul att läsa dina kommentarer, kul att du tar dig tid att skriva. Själv är jag i el norte de Suecia och det värsta jag har råkat ut hittills är myggen. Fast de finns bara i skogen och dit måste man ju inte gå om man inte vill.
25th July 2005

hej
skriver utan prickar jag med... later som ni har fullt upp, hoppas det är lite roligt med! det har varit en del bombande runt om i varlden och egypten var ett av de oroliga stallena, sa jag hoppas ni redan varit dar eller det lugnat sig da. kramar till er bada!

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