The first photo is from Sweden and the second one is when we’re on the road. Some where in Denmark I think?
A map over Taizé. All of the visitors gets a map and a daily task, and the purpose with the task is to help out at the community and get to know other visitors!
Girl got to eat!
First picture is locally produced sorbet. Costs around an euro and taste like heaven. A must if you’re going here.
Second picture is from lunch, and third is over the "food court". The tents are for protection from the sun, so there is benches underneath. You get a tray and all your food served on it. It’s all about the simple things here, which makes you appreciate life more!
We celebrated a Swedish tradition which happens to be during our stay, called midsummer. We danced around a pole, ate strawberry cake and a fish called "sill", sang and had so much fun.
50 Swedes and around 200 people from different ethnicities joined us! Everybody dress up nicely and for those who’d wanted to learn how to make the crowns (see first picture) out of leaves and flowers.
We decided to take the local bus to the nearest "city" called Cluny. We spent the day there, shopping, eating and hanging out. Lovely!
Another day we discovered a small village near Taizé. We couldn’t find any open stores or any locals, but it was really beautiful.