Well, things have slowed down a bit. The summercourses are on hold for basically the rest of july. I did manage to solve the assignment I was complaining about in my earlier post. It’s funny how things always just works out. But I guess one shouldn’t relax…
I’m spending my time now fiddling around with the new computer here. I’ve rediscovered lots of my previous causes for anger concerning Windows XP and I guess I’ll just have to live with them. I still have my precious PowerBook that I spend a lot of my time with.
I’ve also taken the opportunity to spend some time out in the glorious weather that have evolved over the past week. We spent this sunday in Ã–regrund, a small town just by the Baltic Sea coast. I managed to get some sun on my pale skin and just as I expected I also managed to burn my shoulders a bit.
The rest of the week I’ll probably just be taking it easy. Tonight we’ll have a barbecue at my sisters. On sunday my dad is having his 57:th birthday and we’ve been invited to come down to Stockholm to spend the day with mom and dad. Looking forward to that as well.
Our trip to London is now confirmed and we’ll be leaving on the 22:nd of july at 0710 from terminal 2 at Arlanda. We are flying with British Airways and we’ll be landing 2 hours 55 minutes later at Heathrow, terminal 1. We’re going back to Sweden on the 26:th of july at 2000. It’ll be my first flight with another airline than Ryanair in five years.(Just a notice)
We’ve made a list of everything we have to do while we are over there. It’ll be mainly catching up with friends that are still over there. Maybe we’ll take a daytrip to Oxford or Cambridge or some other place outside London.
Other things on the list are:
- Greenwich – Starbucks and Tai Won Mein noodle house
- Beckton – Starbucks
- Canary Wharf and our old house
- Carnaby Street
- Selfridges, Annas old workplace
- Covent Garden
- Itsu Sushi
- Pret a Manger – Gotta have a sandwich!
- Apple Store Regent Street – but of course!
- …to be continued
Well thats it for now…sayonara!