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The day I went fishing for crabs in Sweden and ended up singing

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Jan Evanson with crayfish in Ramoa, Ramkvilla (c) Avistu

Jan Evanson did not fill his management position in a major Swedish company, however well paid. Like so many people that you envy when you meet her, which usually goes hand in hand with you falling great, she decided give a 180 degree turn to your career, risk everything and embark on the adventure. This is how Ramoa was born (Ramkvilla Outdoor Activity), to offer companies and individuals activities in nature, in the beautiful landscapes of Småland.

Sweden is not only beautiful swedish (that too) and sympathetic Swedes (to break down topics, yes that you have to become Swedish). Sweden is, above all, nature and everything that can be done outdoors, such as fishing for crabs in the area of Ramkvilla, in one of those hundreds of lakes that, surrounded by forests, seem to be the most frequent landscape in the historical province of Småland.

An hour and a half drive south of Jonkoping (which, to situate us, is halfway between Stockholm and Malmö, the Swedish city facing Copenhagen), are the facilities of Ramoa, a few hundred meters from the town of Ramkvilla.

Jättekåtan or giant Tipi where I slept in Ramoa (c) Avistu

A whole giant Jättekåtan or Tipi for me alone in Ramoa (c) Avistu

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