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Around the traps at Malmo Technotrekker's photos around Malmo, Sweden (living in malmo sweden)
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Entry from: Malmo, Sweden
Entry Title: Around the traps at Malmo
In hindsight it was good fortune that I've ended up having to head to Copenhagen in order to continue my travels, as opposed to finishing my northern winter leg in Stockholm. Why? Because although I was in the Malmo neighbourhood last year I didn't drop by on another work colleague and good drinking buddy - Goran the Terrible. So this time I did and despite the winter weather and thick fog that descended across the region as I headed south on the Swebus, it was a great short stay that I have to thank him profusely for. The next time I come back, and I will, it shall be in summer when some truly beautiful landscape and natural attractions can be enjoyed to their fullest. Watch out mate! Malmo is at the extreme south of Sweden, facing Denmark across a pretty narrow stretch of water that separates the Baltic and North Seas. No doubt a busy waterway both past and present. To survey the local sights, we initially headed through rolling and frost-blasted farmlands to the high ground where the 59 megaliths of Ales Stenar lay in wait. This is a bizarre place sitting atop one of the higher points on the southern coastline. It also another example of how clever the ancient people of the world were. Intended mainly to resemble a large and frightening boat when viewed from the surrounding waters, it also apparently worked as a sophisticated timepiece and calendar. Lord knows how but it did. Unfortunately the only time it was telling us the the wind whistled through the stones was that it was time to head back down the hill - it's frigidly cold up there! Next stop was the 100% official most southerly point in Sweden, 5km from Goran's home at a place called Smygehuk (the marketers better get onto that). A sign conveniently lets you know how far from various places it is and there's also a large storehouse building constructed during Napoleon's time, that has also been frequented by smugglers at various times as well as by more legitimate concerns. Finally you can also find a 19th century Lime Kiln and a 3,000+ year old burial mound called Balhog just alongside the marina. The waterfront would be nice in summer and there's certainly stuff to see, making this a popular holiday place when the sun shines bright. Onwards and westwards to Trelleborg and Falsterbo - upmarket places that attract the moneyed of Malmo wanting to settle outside the city limits. The beach here is a must visit in summer - apparently the sands are incredibly white and stretch for kilometres with classy houses as far as the eye can see. The only downside is that the water is a little chilly even in summer if you want to take a dip. The cutest part of a stop here is the bathing houses. These little changing shacks stretch as far as the beaches do apparently, hidden behind the dunes to separate them from the bathing area. Most are brightly decorated and are generally well maintained, which is not surprising considering that they trade like parking spaces or housing and some cost upwards of $40,000! This is how the Swedish yuppies live... In the neighbouring village to Falsterbo I caught my first maypole and windmill of the trip, as well as the only Goose Crossing I think I've ever seen. Yep, pretty sure about that. Coincidentally, there's a restaurant just out of photo that offers tasty goose meals at special times of the year. Hmmm, funny that... Malmo itself is an old town with a variety of interesting architecture that I won't bore the uninterested with, excepting the brand new and very controversial Turning Torso building designed by world famous architect Santiago Calatrava Valls (not sure if that's the guy or the company). Anyway, it is one odd building indeed, looking precariously top-heavy from some angles and definitely twisted enough to have earned ...
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Photos from this trip:
1. Old farm house near Ales Stenar
2. Icey coastline
3. Monoliths of Ales Stenar
4. Smugglers lair at Smygehuk
5. Frosted branches
6. Signs at Smyge
7. Kiln and burial mound
8. Sea of huts
9. Mickey decoration
10. Goose crossing
12. The twisted dick
13. Multicoloured brick facade
14. Solid round church
15. Malmo windmill
16. Castle near Goran's
17. Internal courtyard of the castle
18. More frosted trees
19. Bather's cottages on the shore
20. Falsterbo beachscape
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