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Vrångö Beach

Saturday, July 7th, 2012

Summer is here even in Sweden (not to be compared to my Hungary though where they have 40 degrees these days…)

Earlier I promised to go out to the beach in Vrångö island, so here you go, have a great time:

Vrangö Beach - 1. Photo: Andrea Gerak

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Vrångö

Sunday, June 10th, 2012

A wonderful walk on the most remote island of Gothenburg Southern Archipelago where the ferry goes to and which is inhabited: Vrångö, as part of this trip.

No way I could live in such a remote, cold and small place where probably nothing ever happens and your life is pretty much dependent upon whether or not you can reach the town when you need or want something, but the beauty of it definitely captured me and I could understand what the people living there must like there.

Enjoy the very special atmosphere of this stunning place!

Vrangö, 2012 May (1)

Vrangö, 2012 May (2)

Vrangö, 2012 May (3)

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Next time we go to the beach, okay?

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Gothenburg Southern Archipelago – 2

Saturday, June 9th, 2012

A terrific part of Sweden, had a short trip with a friend at these islands a few weeks ago. Come with us – if only through these pictures!

(I am not sure of the exact map locations of the photos, but it’s all around there)

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Gothenburg Southern Archipelago - 2 (1). Photo: Andrea Gerak

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Gothenburg Southern Archipelago – 1

Monday, May 28th, 2012

Ever since in Sweden, I guess I had my most wonderful time…

Visited Göteborg (Gothenburg for you English speakers) for the very first time, and at the first impression, I liked the atmosphere better than in Stockholm.

One day my dear friend (who was an awesome host, tack igen! :-) took me to the Southern Archipelago, which is absolutely a must, if you are around the area.

And it’s very easy: you take a tram to Saltholmen, and a ferry from there, will cost you a tram ticket.

Let the pictures talk! Part 1 – before boarding

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Travel by Andrea Gerak: Gothenburg Southern Archipelago

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