Peak Sweden

Yesterday at Hellasgården:

After only being able to pay for the ice cream by card, I sat by the lake, reading a Sjöwall/Wahlöö novel, when two tall blonde girls came, got completely naked and jumped into the lake, frolicking frivolously.

Sometimes, all the stereotypes are true.

(The photo is from another day at another lake, but highly representative of my life in Sweden.)

About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a writer, a spy or a hobo.
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4 Responses to Peak Sweden

  1. Beautiful scenery! You found a good spot to relax from all your hard work😂
    Public nudity is against the law here. So silly! People even cause a fuss over mothers breastfeeding their babies.

    • I am so much against public nudity, I don’t even go to swimming pools and shudder at the sight of middle-aged or older men in shorts.

      But being outraged by a mother feeding her child is really beyond me. If anybody has a problem with that (and it happens in Europe, too), the problem is theirs, not the mother’s. Or they might consider that a crying baby is much more of a nuisance. So, please, anyone who can feed babies should do so as much as possible!

  2. Kim Sa says:

    I always love hiking in Sweden and the scenery above is what I always look forward for. It would be great if you can check out my blog too about Gamla Stan in Stockholm! https://theattractionseeker.wordpress.com/2021/09/06/gamla-stan-the-original-centre-of-stockholm/

  3. You can do it offensive. Nuditiy, you know. Or nice – feeding babies, jumping in the lake.
    You cannot do it nice: forcing people to your (holy) opinion.

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