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Worldvision 115 - Malmö, Sweden - R - p3
Member No.: 63
Joined: 3-June 09
)Welcome to Malmö for Worldvision 115!
To be quite honest, I picked Malmö because I couldn't quite figure out where in Sweden Rhys - last edition's winner - moved to when she moved there from Portland, Oregon where she lived with her Swedish mother and American father. So basically, we've had Worldvision in Sweden about a million times and that includes Malmö editions probably, but still.. I'm telling you people that I don't understand why Malmö gets such a bad rep, it's really quite lovely, and that's basically the point I want to get across.
If you ever end up in Malmö yourself - check out the massive boulevard and park that looks out over the Øresund strait (oh the blasphemy of using this letter), 'the' bridge and Denmark. Malmö is also pretty good for shopping if you want a more relaxing shopping experience compared to for example touristy Copenhagen. If you want to be inspired, just look around you what everyone else is wearing and then come to the original conclusion that actually you want all of that in your closet too. That said, Copenhagen is awesome, but did you see Denmark winning this edition? I didn't. The cool thing is that, especially in Malmö, but also elsewhere in Sweden's infamous Skåne region (for example Ystad or Helsingborg) you'll feel a real sense of connection to Denmark.
So okay, that's it from me from the unofficial tourism board..
So as for all things practical:
PLEASE TRY AND SEND YOUR ENTRY BY THE 15TH OF OCTOBER
I'll set the voting deadline accordingly and my hope is that we can finish this edition by early November.
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