I got such wonderful respons that I decided to write a little about what everybody responded on the post, How does your summer look like. People are doing such amazing stuff this summer that I almost got jealous.
A lot of blogger travel, also during the summer. It is a shared interest om mina of course.
One of my favorite bloggers on sustainable living is going to Hungary, from Sweden. How interesting isn´t that? Not very many travel there and I really wan´t to know how that is like. Am expecting updates during the summer.
Another blogger lives abroad, in Thailand. Have been to Thailand once and I am envious on the guy living there, since it is an amazing place. The almost green water, the thai food and the calm atmosphere is really something nice. It isn´t hard to understand why it probably is the Swedes favorite travel destination. Well, maybe it is because it is cheap as well.
And one is going to Scotland and her summer cabin in Blekinge as well as one that live in Scotland and are staying there for the summer and just ”eat a lot outside”. Another is going boat- backpacking in Greece and to the mountains in Sweden and to ”just be”. An experienced travel couple that only write about traveling decided to stay home for the summer, building on their house boat before going on a one year trip around Europe in their camper.
A couple living in Chile pointed out that they have to wait a while for summer since it is winter there now. It is funny that you so easy forget that it is different seasons around the globe even though you just gotten home from a long trip to the south where you where adjusting for autumn and wintertime at the moment with all what that entail. Good that someone can remind you, every once and a while.
A lot of people in Sweden also seem to stay in Sweden and travel around here. This seem like a good idea, something I myself am inspired by and are copying by going to Gotland, Stockholm and Gothenburg for the summer, at least. Grythyttan itself are very nice during summertime why a lot of time also will be spend here.
Since we got home Martin has planted some chili seeds, to be correct Aji Limo and Aji Amarillo, which hopefully with any luck will be harvested and turned into delicious Peruvian cusine in the autumn. Will keep you updated on the development in the future.