On Tuesday I flew to London for the day to have dinner at Mosimann’s with with Dr. Omar Ishrak, Intel’s Chairman and former CEO of Medtronic and GE Healthcare, and Lord David Prior, NHS England Chairman.
I had to fly to London for the day (for a business meeting), so I took the opportunity to visit art exhibitions at Japan House, Serpentine Gallery, Saatchi Gallery, and Tate Britain. A nice day of art and 20 km (12 miles) of walking.
Sweden is not the first place one thinks of when picturing “beaches”, but they do have many. So I decided to get in the Baltic Sea water like a true Nordic.
Here is a random collection of oddities found in my local supermarkets in Malmö, Sweden.
After university studies at New York University and Vancouver Film School, my (still) teenager son has decided to accept a job offer as videogame designer at a large Swedish videogame studio. I’m incredibly proud of his achievements. To help him move there, and since I’m still considering what job or project undertake next, I’ve decided to spend a couple months with him in Malmö, Sweden. Yes, where crows wear vests and celebrate Oktoberfest in August.
On Monday, August 30th, we decided to take a train from Malmö (Sweden) to Copenhagen (Denmark) and revisit that beautiful city.
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