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Visit to Björnö National Park – Stockholm Archipelagos

It was a long Easter break, one that I was looking forward to amidst the stress to keep up with the thesis work. Given that the sun is out longer now, I planned to be in nature and spend time hiking and exploring parts of Stockholm I have never visit. Björnö national park was a … Continue reading “Visit to Björnö National Park – Stockholm Archipelagos”

Means of travelling through Sweden

Once summer is coming along (and the covid-19 cases hopefully decreasing), you might want to travel a bit around the country. With its length of ~ 1600 kilometres, Sweden is a large country with lots to see both north and south of Stockholm! 🤩 For this, I would like to share some of my experiences … Continue reading “Means of travelling through Sweden”

My trip to Sandhamn

Last year in late summer, I used a sunny day to visit Sandhamn, an island in Stockholm’s archipelago that is a bit further out to the open sea. This means, it takes some time by boat to go there. From Slussen, you can take a 50-minute bus that brings you to the harbour of Stavnäs … Continue reading “My trip to Sandhamn”

Winter weekend in Falun

It’s wintertime in Sweden! Last weekend I went on a trip to Falun, which lies about three hours by train up north from Stockholm. I have been planning to escape into the winter wonderland for a long time now. Since last winter, there wasn’t too much snow, especially not around Stockholm, I had to move … Continue reading “Winter weekend in Falun”

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”