Read between the lines

Today was one of them days where you have to do something boring but then you try and salvage it by doing something not so boring! Today we had to go to the passport agency to renew Daniela’s passport! Oh so fucking boring, stuck in a place full of people with a ticket queuing system and the only available seats is next to 2 new mums with screaming babies and having to hear them yap yap yap about some bullshit that I don’t even understand! But luckily enough some Arabic gent gave us a jump in the queue which was great so thank you kind sir who ever you are!

We then ventured of in search of a decent place to grab some food cause by this time I was becoming a wee bit cranky and my blood sugar dropping was most likely the cause! We stumbled into Max burger joint and grabbed a chili cheese burger, fries and apple pie milkshake, thrilling! While queuing for the food here comes along a little toddler making his way to the exit, alone! And as someone leaves the restaurant the kid tries to get out on to the street and ends up trapping his hand in the door and was unable to get free, my question was, where the fuck was his parents, who just lets there toddler wonder around with no supervision? Absolutely disgusting, poor poor parenting when you can’t do the most basic thing and watch yo kiddies!

We finished this day off at the botanical garden which was nice, nothing spectacular but it balanced the day out, I took some iPhone 5 snaps and then we was on our way home!

All in all it was a good day, now that it’s over it is time to sleep!

Good night!


Cemetery my dear?

Today we decided to visit the cemetery for a nice little stroll. It was a lovey day so I decided to take a few cheeky little iPhone snaps to prove it. We ended up walking all the way through the cemetery and went on a mission for some ice cream.

By this time I was ready to go home, can only look at so many grave stones! Well I guess it’s time to finish it off with some Corrie and hot chocolate.

Sitting on the dock of the bay.

So today I was dragged out for a walk to Nya Varvet which is translated to new shipyard. I wasn’t keen on going out today due to inappropriate clothing.

So we decided on a short walk so we wouldn’t be out long enough to freeze my butt off. After walking just a short distance, enough to warm me up I decided to go to Nya Varvet after all.

Well the walk there takes us through the residential area of Gothenburg’s most finest houses I’ve ever seen. England should learn a thing or two from Sweden when it comes to there houses.

I must say when the sun is shining in Göteborg it really does show it’s self for the beauty it holds. Nya varvet is a lovely spot, some nice restaurants and great view over the dock.

It’s been a good day, not so fun walking back uphill into the concrete jungle we call home but it was finished with a lovely pad Thai, very yummy indeed.

Tropical dreaming

Winter is here and I’m feeling it alright. My least favourite time of the year is winter. Dark nights, icy paths and cold mornings are just enough to make me feel poop.

I was aware the weather would be colder in Sweden but obviously you don’t truly understand it until it creeps up behind and freezes your butt off. And I’m not talking as if England is some tropical island cause it’s far from it.

Today I googled the weather for my hometown Hull, England, the difference in temperatures between Gothenburg and Hull explained my reasons for feeling this new sense of coldness.