Drink at the Wimbledon’s tournament and Chelsea Flower Show.
Where many houses are worthy of the Addam’s family.
I am back to blogging in Sarimanok. You are welcome to follow my journey.
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We lived in a 300-year-old apartment.
The reproduction of Chinese porcelain.
Gezelligheid is like th Filipino pakikisama.
Living in a barge.
Gracht means canal in Dutch.
Stroopwafels got popular in the 1700s.
Here are the cheesy things we bought.
I am pissed off by Amsterdam’s wild riders.
One of the world’s largest flower gardens.
Sat by the Vase with Twelve Sunflowers.
The official residence of Queen Beatrix.
Miffy resembles My Melody. Who’s older?
Respect the ladies – no photos in this district.
Tempted to see the model of the Tabernacle.
A park named after Netherlands’ Shakespeare.
A tip to tourist parents in Amsterdam.
Houseboats abound in Amsterdam’s canals.
Anne Frank’s house attracts so many visitors.
Cannabis not technically legal, but tolerated.
Beguines – a lay Catholic sisterhood.
Flowers, marijuana and venus flytraps.
This is the easy lazy way to see the city.
Tourists climbed these letters.
Rembrandt leads the pack at Rijksmuseum.
The exact location of the now famous bench.
Here’s the church that threw me out.
Famous Swedes are buried here.
Spooky, reminds me of “Lady in Black”.
Swedes’ love is almost spiritual.
Swedes worship the sun. And so do I.
The warmest place in Solna.
Spa resort dating back 1700s in Sweden.
A summer church filled with reindeer hides.
Inspirations from Copernicus Science Cener.
Polish-french Chopin liked salons.
Learned about burial at Husby Ärlinghundra.
Three days in the island Djurönäset.
Stockholm archipelago at 8:30 pm.
Andningsrummet at Djurönäset, Stockholm.
Swedes combine sauna and cold lake water.
A change of environment heals sadness.
A lesson in front of Copernicus in Warsaw.
How Poles celebrate easter.
Good Friday morning at Pilsudski square.
What we managed to eat in Warsaw.
We were neighbors to this infamous palace.
His presence is still strong.
Bagno Street is where we stayed in Warsaw.
This is how our temporary home looked like.
Sigtuna, one of Sweden’s beautiful cities.
36 countries – and I want to see more.
One of 20 000 massgraves in Cambodia.
How we liked having a wizard at our party.
Dinner gala in Globen hotel.
Old miners’ houses in Källfället, Dalarna.
Hilly Kyrkbacken and its winding alleys.