Archive for September, 2009

Cafes and Liseberg

Saturday, September 19th, 2009

K and I went and had a fika at Steinbrenner and Nyberg on Södra Vägen thanks to Karin and her money saving two for one voucher. It’s a lovely cafe with a hidden courtyard at the back. We munched paninis and sketched the brick work and bushes. Thanks Karin! It was a day of free […]

Back to Sweden and its cafes

Saturday, September 12th, 2009

I arrived back in Sweden yesterday morning and Keyvan and I wandered straight up to the library to check out the art by Pushwagner on display there. After a rest, some soup and a nice cup of a tea in the art museum cafe we had a look round the photos and the latest exhibition […]

Joe Button plays to crowds on the Southbank

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

For all you music lovers in London you should check out Joe Button playing guitar with Anna Mudeka on Sunday at the Southbank Centre in London.

The best English teacher online

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

Vanessa has got her wonderful website all set up – anyone looking for online English lessons should check out

A spot of tennis followed by politics

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

Yesterday I actually managed to play a bit of tennis with Jolien and Vanessa before heading to the Friends Meeting House to go to a Stop The War meeting on Afghanistan. The meeting was quite interesting – a chap from the National Office came down and they showed the new documentary called Timeline that John […]

Art and music with Emi and Paul Neale

Friday, September 4th, 2009

The last few days have been full of art and music. I finally got Emi’s cd and have been listening to it all evening. Emi rocks. Check out her latest tracks on Fairtilizer. I spent some time looking at Paul Neale’s pictures – you’d never know from his troubled paintings he was an amazing wit. […]

The weekend in Cambridge

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

The weekend passed under grey skies but no rain. Friday I spent with Jolien, Vassessa and Nicole in the Fort St George. On Saturday I convinced Jolien to come to the FitzWilliam with me and we managed to go on a free tour of the Darwin exhibition. On Sunday my neighbour, Jolien and I all […]