1. Träffa min kära vän.
2. Få prata sitt modersmål överallt.
3. Se på finsk ishockey på SVT och höra hur de svenska reportrarna ärligt hejade på Finland under hela matchen.
4. Kokosbollar. Bl.a. Lotta vet.
5. Alla små söta butiker och caféer sådär som bara Sverige kan.
One good thing about Sanna moving to Malmö is that she is closer to me now. :) And today I’m on my way to visit her (and her sweet cat).
I wanted to buy some candy for the trip, but it turned out to be mission impossible. The main train station here in Hamburg is almost lika a shopping mall, where you can find a lot of restaurants, clothing stores, shoe shops, photo shops, parfume shops, book stores… but no candy! But they do have a lot of small cute bakeries in every corner. I think there must be at least 20 bakeries at Hauptbahnhof. So instead of some Haribo I’m going to enjoy a freshly baked chocolate croissant on the train. Not bad that either.
What’s up with the weather? This picture was taken on the 1st of May when it was 22 degrees. Now I’m wearing my gloves again. I really hope the summer will come back soon!
Today I signed up for another beachvolley training group. So if I would like to, I could take beachvolley training twice a week and in addition to that play for fun with my beachvolley friends at least once a week. I really like that here’s a lot of opportunities to take beachvolley training and that the trainer tells me how to improve so I won’t do the same mistakes again and again.
My favorite advice I got from the trainer is: “Johanna, you are so short, why don’t you jump?!”. Haha! Easier said than done! :)
When I first saw the sign Frauenparkplätze, Parking places for women, I thought it was a sign for larger parking places reserved for women in narrow parking garages. What a discrimination, I thought. But now I’ve learned that these signs are placed close to exits or surveillance cameras to protect women from being attacked or raped in parking garages. So the point really is that women also should dare to park their cars in parking garages. That’s something!
I thought soccer is the national sport in Germany, but now I know that it has to be table soccer, Kicker! Kicker is played a lot: every day during breaks at the office, in bars… everywhere! And it’s so fun! A kickertable is all you need to have a fun evening. ;)