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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”

A year at KTH – Storytime

An ending, a new beginning, unknown country and unfamiliar culture. An air of excitement and a storm of anxiety. A 17 m^2 home and a country with a population of the city I lived in. Hej hej, tack and ursäkta; new languages and new faces. The campus filled with high dreams and ambitions, and soft … Continue reading “A year at KTH – Storytime”

Up Close to the Northern Lights

Have you ever found yourself in the middle of a sea with the sky performing its own subtle show of northern lights while you dance all night long? Have you wondered how deep the conversations can go on while you cruise along a deep-sea with people you met just a few days back? And the … Continue reading “Up Close to the Northern Lights”

City of Blinding Lights

Stockholmers, what a great spectacle we had last night! Incredible nature’s show right above us, green bright lights dancing over our heads thanks to solar’s winds disrupting Earth’s magnetosphere. This amazing spectacle that people seek mostly by traveling northern Sweden paying a significant amount of money just to see what we had here for free! … Continue reading “City of Blinding Lights”