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Favourite Places in Stockholm – Part 2

This blog post is part of Favourite Places in Stockholm series curated collaboratively with Maria who is a co-blogger and Ivan who is the curator of the Instagram account and me, as we explore our favourite spots in the city. Stockholm is a city that is so beautifully vulnerable to every season that it offers … Continue reading “Favourite Places in Stockholm – Part 2”

The home of Emil of Lönneberga

When Christmas comes closer, so does the New Year. These times are usually there for relaxing, looking ahead, but also thinking about what you’ve experienced this year. And as the weather is cold and it’s dark outside, I like to remember what I’ve explored during my first summer in Sweden. I’m very thankful that back … Continue reading “The home of Emil of Lönneberga”

Travelling home for Christmas during Covid times

The last weeks were marked by a lot of thoughts, discussions and internet research. Thoughts about whether I should travel home for Christmas. Discussions with family and friends what needs to be taken care of. Research about what regulations are in place and what could change until today, my day of going home after one … Continue reading “Travelling home for Christmas during Covid times”

Snow, reindeers and northern lights

Hi again! Last week I made all the way up to Kiruna in the far north of Sweden. Going by overnight train, you barely notice that Kiruna is the northernmost town of Sweden and that it takes in fact a 15-hour journey to get there. Because of its location, the sun does not set for … Continue reading “Snow, reindeers and northern lights”

Watching Movies in Stockholm Theaters

When I moved to Stockholm, apart from everything I was wondering how expensive would watching a movie in one of the theaters would be. I am a huge movie buff and would like to watch any good technical movie on the big screen and appreciate the storytelling, cinematography, background score and acting. I was glad … Continue reading “Watching Movies in Stockholm Theaters”