I'm glad to hear it! I love Sweden for so many reasons the two best parts for foreigners is that you can go around everywhere in the nature (and camping and stuff) however you have to be like 25 meters away from a resident if you camp or something like that. I've heard that's not very common in other parts of the world (please correct me if I'm wrong ). And the second part is that everyone (almost, however old folks tend to be worse at it) talks really good english, so you don't have to worry about learning swedish or something .However if you do come here, aim for summer or winter, maybe late spring. Autumn is really bad, everything is dark and damp . And since we have alot of snow during the winter (often) then early spring is really wet all the time (the snow is melting) and the trees and stuff haven't bloomed = everything looks dead. But the summer is awesome ;D(might rain too much sometimes though) and the landscape is absolutly stunning during the winter.ArtreriGreyjoy said:I want to go to Sweden.I'm from Fairfield, California but I will be moving to San Luis Obispo, California in August or September.
We have oatmeal-raisin, peanut butter, and chocolate chip in stock at the moment, take your pick or have one of each; no need to be chincy with virtual cookies. You too, McAvelin. You're in South Africa now and Bulgaria later and you might stay there? So there's no place you call home right now? Where did you grow up, or was that all over the world, too?56236 said: