My Two Years in Sweden in Pictures
Hi everyone! I hope you and your loved ones are doing well in these troubled times. In case you were wondering how I am doing, read my last blog post here. Like everyone else, my life has been changed lately because of the pandemic. So, I am writing my thesis at home while self-isolating -with acknowledging that to be able to stay at home is a privilege these days-… Whenever I need a break from studies, and from the news about the current situation (it can be overwhelming together) I find myself looking at pictures that make me smile and happy.
And that’s how I decided to share my photo diary in this post, as a reminder to myself, and to you, this shall pass and things get better. I can’t believe that it’s been almost 2 years since I moved to Sweden.
This small city where I study became home to me. I’ve had unforgettable moments here.
Stunning Parks of the City!
The view from Campus Norrköping…
The breathtaking beauty of sunsets and sunrises…
I learned not to surprise if it snows in the midst of a sunny day in March.
When it’s finally time to celebrate MIDSUMMER!
I have lost count of the times I visited this amazing city. Every trip has been a blast!
Well, let me pose in the beautiful streets of Stockholm.
I love this vibrant city!
Gamla Stan is always beautiful!
Summer nights in Stockholm was stunning. Can you believe that I took the picture below at 23.30?
It might be my favorite city in Sweden. Nature, view, parks, cafes, restaurants… Such a lovely city!
The botanical garden of Gothenburg definitely worths visiting.
Lovely Memories, Amazing People, Great Times
First Time Snowshoeing…
Friends, a cup of coffee and sweets. Nothing could be better!
There is no such thing as too much fika.
Traditional Swedish Christmas Dinner: Julbord
That happy face when your friend comes to visit you!
A selfie with kind, talented and beautiful angel Emma!
Petra, Heidi, and I (Thank you for making my life so much better and fun!)
Memories will last forever!
A little bit of inspiration… Stay in your magic!
I am so grateful that I had the chance to travel to new places, meet incredible people, and try cool things for the last two years.
Do you follow the Study in Sweden’s Instagram page? Check it out for more great photos from Sweden!