Houses Doors Collection from Gotland

Houses Doors Collection from GotlandWoke up late, very late today and still don’t find any reason why hehehe. I was knock down, not even finished to watch the World Cup game between Brazil and Croatia but (maybe) I need it because of the cough and flu that I still have. Got some errand with the tax office in the afternoon and when I saw the clock, it was almost 2 PM already so it was quite late to go to town. I grabbed my vacuum cleaner and then started to clean the house, moping it and then sit down with one liter of cherry yoghurt and of course my laptop for sure.Houses Doors Collection from Gotland

Our baby A is getting more and more active inside, now is 7 days to the D-day. My belly is
still tense and I was laughing to feel and see our little is not giving up at all. I bet it is not a
lot of space left there, so she keeps trying to find the best position that make her comfort, but you never know… maybe she wants to come out soon *wink*

While I am looking at many shots that I made in Gotland last year, I stop and thought to show you something that I was interested in capturing. They are houses doors in Visby town. I’ve been visiting this island 3 times so far but never thought about how beautiful the doors are. Maybe my mind was occupied with some Houses Doors Collection from Gotlandmore interesting that house doors I guest. Honestly, this visit was not in the peak season. We were there 2 weeks before Medieval Week Festival so the town itself was empty and we were almost alone walked through every road in Visby. Still, no matter what the season is, I love this town deeply. I can picture myself
having a small house and enjoy the rest of our live with great company, good books and my

P and I felt that it was different experience when we took a stroll and able to see the details of every house. We missed a lot of nice thing last time we were there, but we are convinced
that if we come when the Medieval Week Festival is on, it would be impossible to notice Houses Doors Collection from Gotlandsome unique and the beauty of those houses along the road. We felt so grateful to have
chances to see the other side of Visby.

You might not agree with me about how beautiful houses doors pictures here but for me, each of them has their own character and it might not the most beautiful and perfect doors but they are special. It seems that every door tells untold story about the owner and about every single person who passes in front of them every single day, the whole year round.

This time, I put doors which has some plan or flowers as decoration in their left and right side. I have quite a couple of doors that I think interesting but will put them in the separate post. Why don’t I put Houses Doors Collection from Gotlandthem all in the same post? One reason is, I don’t want to hahaha and other reason is I’ll have another motivation to write
another blog post *grin*.

I’ve been saying this so many times especially every time I make some blog post about this tiny island which remind me of my home town Bali, Indonesia. There is always something special we find out even though we’ve been here more than one time. Sometimes I asked myself, is it only me feeling this way of others feel the same thing too?! I ever asked my lovely P about it and apparently P feels the same way. We are fall in love with this place over and over and over again. Is there any of you
who has been to Gotland could tell me if you have the same experience and feel the sameHouses Doors Collection from Gotland as we do?

You know what, I don’t have the same concentration to write this post because our precious movements tickle me a lot hahaha. I have to talk to her to calm her down sometimes but seems she doesn’t want to give up yet *huge grin*. The clock is passed 8 PM now and match between Spain and Holland will start soon. So, I think I will stop now and will put my attention to football and talk to my little kung fu inside the womb.

Enjoy the World Cup game to any one who watch it and continue having a great evening to others.

Stockholm, 13062014

About demaodyssey

A Balinese who is currently living in Stockholm, Sweden. I love to write almost about everything and it helps me to understand more about myself and life.I love traveling, where I can learn a lot about other cultures, I love reading where I can improve my languages skill and learn about others through their works, and photography is one of my passions where I learn to understand nature deeper. I am a dream catcher... and will always be! Thank you for stopping by and hope you enjoy to read my posts. Take care
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