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Gothenburg and Borlange

Museums and sexual harassment

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I'm not going anywhere this weekend as I've "work" to do. But I didn't write anything about Gothenburg day 3 yet. Long story short, we awoke late and visited the Natural History Museum - quite dated and some odd smells, but a good collection of whales (including one with a tea room inside, out of use sadly) and other animals, including some awesome hedgehogs and the freakiest mammal I've ever seen, complete with goggley eyes. Then we went to the Stadmuseum (city museum) which has Sweden's only Viking ship. Text is 50% in English, and no photography is allowed - despite the shop selling bugger all by way of postcards.

Back in Borlange, mainly working this week. On Wednesday, one of the few days I didn't need to use the library, a female friend of mine who wishes anonymity went there alone. Safe and fine you'd assume, it being in Sweden and also a library. But a "creepy guy" followed her around, kept touching her hair and propositioning her for sex, insisting no one needed to know. So stay alert if you're in Borlange library, as there is a resident sex pest.

Stopp.

Posted by urchinjoe 16:46 Archived in Sweden Tagged volunteer

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