The castle in Vadstena is a place we visit in both “Cultural & Culinary” and in “Historical & Healthy”. The guides here wear costumes and pretends to be one of the old kings or queens who once lived here.
The castle was built in the 16th century – you’ll learn more about it during the tour!

  

The wine yard at S√§rtsh√∂ga is very unique – since wine yards are not very common in Sweden. It’s an adorable place, the family that runs it also run a B&B and a restaurant serving home-made pizza. And their own wine of course. This place is included in our tour “Culture & Culinary”

The last time we were there – this beauty spent the evening at our table…

 

We had one of our kayak tours two days ago – paddling to the caves at Omberg, having some “fika” on one of the tiny beaches before paddling back to the harbor again.

The tour takes about 3 hours. It’s really fascinating to be able to paddle so close to this mountain!

This weekend we had a tour to Järvsö Рknown as the Whistler of Sweden due to its famous downhill mountainbiking. We left Friday afternoon and arrived in the evening, spent Saturday and Sunday on the trails. It was sunny and not to many people out on the trails so we all ha a great time! Dag gave us some tips so we could improve our technics.

Jämtlandstriangeln is a +40km hike in Jämtland, in the northern part of Sweden. Most people hike the triangle during three days, and stay at the cabins along the way. Linda and her kids had a week of vacation, and spent five days of the trails. The idea was to walk it in four days, but due to a storm they stayed two nights at a cabin before they continued. The other two nights they slept in their tent.

The weather was lovely the rest of the hike, with great views and a lot of reindeers.