First time in Canada, a few days in Québec, QC.

Hello friends!

How are you? Did you all survived this first week back at work? Or are you the lucky ones enjoying some extra vacation days?

If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve, for sure, seen that I spent my Christmas holidays in Canada! It was my very first time there and so I’ve been to Québec city, Montreal and Ottawa. For this first article, I’ll just focused on Québec and the few days I spent there with my family. Hope you’ll enjoy the reading and pictures! 🇨🇦

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Memories of China #1

Hello my dears!

So I know that this type of article might surprise you a little, and is quite different from my usual expat-Stockholm related topics. But I do believe it is also important so share some important memories of things and places I’ve been – ’cause you guys get to know me too! And who knows, maybe one day you’ll also travel to these places!

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How to get the best of Copenhagen in less than 48 hours

Happy Sunday fellow blog lovers!

Today I wanted to share my favorite things about Copenhagen and how to get the best of it in less than 48 hours. Impossible you’ll tell me, then, I hope I can prove you wrong!

I have spent the last weekend in Copenhagen, and so, I wanted to share with you my favorite spots and also some insights if you are planning on visiting the beautiful Danish capital city!

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Celebrating ‘Midsommar’ as a foreigner in Stockholm

Hi friends! And most importantly, welcome back!
Before coming to Sweden I never ever heard of Midsummer and it turns out to be a thing! So if we would have to rank the different holidays, it would be right after Christmas – or this type of high importance event that no one would miss. So if you want to know a little bit more about this weekend of fun and off-work days, just keep on reading and we’ll meet again in the comments!

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