Monday, July 10th 2006

I was right at the bottom of my bank balance, and I could only just afford to re-cross the Øresund to catch my flight home from Sweden. I had an afternoon to kill in Malmö, and I wandered out to Västra Hamnen, where upmarket new flats overlook the straits. New since the last time I'd been here was the Turning Torso, the new tallest building in Scandinavia, which spiralled up over the city.

I sat by the sea in the warm sun. I looked back over the past ten months, during which I'd been to South America, Bulgaria, Turkey, France and now here. It had been awesome, but I knew that there could be no more holidays for now. I was in urgent need of a job. As storm clouds gathered over the Øresund, I headed for home.

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