march6,nighttime in sweden

My friend Sue and I were chatting on the phone tonight about our forthcoming travel plans. Although I’ll be “on the road” for over two months, Sue will be joining me for just a few weeks in Germany, Denmark and Sweden. A key issue to think about when you’re planning for travel is what to wear in what could be very cold climates. And so tonight, I went through some of my photographs from travelling to Sweden in March 2010 where the temperature varied from quite mild to bloody freezing. So here you go, a gallery of what Swedes and Danes might wear in March.

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  1. I’d never heard the word ‘outerwear’ until I visited Canada in autumn. Not something we ever need in Sydney.

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  2. What a brilliant word. I love it. I’m gonna use it!

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About James O'Brien

Forty-something from Sydney, Australia. My passions include: radio (my job), travel, genealogy, music, art, theatre, food, wine, and learning Swedish.

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