On Saturday we took the ferry over Göta Älv to have coffee and cake. We sat down at Café Kringlan in Haga.
Sofia & Amanda.
We ran some errands, like buying alcohol for the Crayfish party we were having that evening. Amanda bought mini peppers which she filled with cream cheese.
She also made us amazing drinks with rum, rhubarb, lime, cardamom and sprite. Heaven!
Carl was there, haven’t seen him since I lived in Karlskrona.
Stina, Matilda and Sandra.
The lovely Agnes.
Pontus and Hanna. We all had the compulsory party hats.
Andreas and Carl.
When all the food preparations were done and everyone had arrived we started the party for real.
There were so much food, but no crayfish as the majority was vegetarian or allergic.
After awhile we renamed the crayfish party, it was now the cheese party.
It was a great night that lasted late.
How I love these people <3
Amanda came down from Stockholm to join us on Friday. We had booked a table at the vegetarian indian restaurant Thali.
Here’s Jonatan, Sofia and Sandra.
The whole company, patiently waiting for food.
A good thing was that they had crayons on the table which you could go bananas with on the table cloth.
The food was amazing but we wasn’t too happy about the service, but I might just give it another try next time. It was a great evening with many laughs and weird art.
On Thursday morning I met up with Johan before he went to work. Such a cool guy!
After a couple of hours we said goodbye and I went to Göteborg Stadsmuseum to look at their exhibitions. I wasn’t that impressed though so I took the ferry over to Sofia & Jonatan’s place where I lived during my visit.
Look at this beautiful city! The ferry between the two shores of Göta Älv takes five minutes or a bit longer depending on where you want to hop off. Bike + ferry = <3
The logo of Göteborg at the old shipyard.
This was my stop, Lindholmen, a redeveloped industry area now containing university, offices and residential buildings.