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3 responses

  1. Hi Tommy23
    Great collage, but where are you!? We’ve got bets on Denmark and the Netherlands, but we don’t know and can’t figure out from the signs.

    I was really struck by the bikes. I was in Maastericht in the Netherlands at one point, and I was just blown away at how much things changed when you got around the city on a bike rather than in cars. In contrast, when I lived in Chicago and tried to skate someplace, I felt like I was taking my life in my hands (or on my skates, as it were). Are you getting around by bike, too, or was this just a stop off in traveling?

    And what is Salamiost? More importantly, did you actually put it in your mouth and eat it!?

    September 28, 2010 at 9:49 am

  2. Ah! A fellow Swede I see!

    I have a lot of the same stuff in my fridge here in Sweden. Everything comes in tubes:

    I’ve eaten salami (which is pictured), reindeer meat, mayonnaise, horse meat, this interesting Swedish mustard stuff – all from tubes.

    You eat it on hard biscuits which they call “bread” (or really knackebr√∂d)

    Good stuff!

    October 14, 2010 at 11:27 am

  3. Oh and tomatoes. Not tomato sauce but tomatoes in a tube.

    October 14, 2010 at 11:28 am

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