What Skinny-Dipping in Sweden Taught Me About Life
What Skinny-Dipping in Sweden Taught Me About Life - Out in STL
This city is like my own emotional hot-tub party: The water is warm and full of all my favorite people. It was an impulsive and slightly reckless decision. Upon arrival, I found myself bundled up, trudging through the Scandinavian wind. With a crumpled map in my pocket, I had resolved to dip outside of my comfort zone and visit the Ribersborgs Kallbadhus. The Ribersborgs Kallbadhus. I walked into the bathhouse.
Skinny dipping in the Baltic Sea is a spiritual Scandinavian experience
The pacu can grow up to 35 in and can weigh up to 55 lb. Skinny-dippers in Sweden are quickly putting their trunks back on after a South American fish with a fondness for eating testicles was found in the sea. A pacu, nicknamed the 'ball cutter', has been found in the sea between Denmark and Sweden - the first time one has been spotted in European waters. A fisherman landed the eight-inch relative of the piranha in the Oresund Sound, prompting male swimmers to stay on the beach with legs firmly crossed.
Traveling and experiencing different cultures is my passion. When I travel, I seek out locals only places and activities. Recently, I traveled to Denmark. A friend mentioned that people swim in the canals naked and sit in saunas. I thought it crazy funny, then I looked into it.