Everything You Need to Know About Halloween at Gröna Lund 2018

Everything You Need to Know About Halloween at Gröna Lund 2018

I just love when amusement parks go all in on seasonal themes. Earlier this month I visited an autumn decorated Disneyland in Paris, and last weekend I went to the amusement park Gröna Lund in my hometown Stockholm which had gone all in on the theme Halloween. I published a lot on my insta-story during my visit at Halloween at Gröna Lund and got a lot of questions about it so I thought I would summarize it all in a blog post!…

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Travel Throwback Thursday: Prachin Buri, Koh Chang & Bangkok 2006

Travel Throwback Thursday: Prachin Buri, Koh Chang & Bangkok 2006

The days pass by so quick and now it’s Thursday again so let’s have another Travel Throwback! Swedes have for some reason always loved travelling to Thailand during the winter months and my first time there was in 2006. I was ten years old at the time and we were three families travelling together and all had kids in about the same age which were great! I think we were there for about three weeks and I remember that as a homework from…

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Travel Diary: Paris Day 3

Travel Diary: Paris Day 3

Our third day in Paris was also our last and we intended to explore as much as possible. Neither my brother or I had been into the central parts of Paris before since we only went to Disneyland our first time in Paris and had spent our two first days on/near Disneyland during this trip so the goal of the day was to see pretty much everything first-time-tourists-in-Paris see. During this trip, we had rented an apartment through Airbnb in…

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Travel Throwback Thursday: Brisbane 2016

Travel Throwback Thursday: Brisbane 2016

It’s Thursday so let’s look back on my trips to Brisbane in 2016! My boyfriend and I studied at the University of the Sunshine Coast for one semester and Brisbane was the closest big city nearby so we had a few visits there during our time in Australia. I remember that I had a hard time describing Brisbane already back then since it’s a city with not that much personality. Don’t get me wrong, I love everything about Australia and Brisbane…

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Gift Ideas for the Traveler

Gift Ideas for the Traveler

This post contains affiliate links My birthday is only one month away! Is it just me, or do time just go by quicker the older you get? My friends and family have started to ask me what I want for my birthday and this year and my only wishes are an apartment and a trip around the world. Not at all expensive and totally appropriate for a birthday gift, haha! With all jokes aside, I actually prefer gifts in form of…

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Travel Diary: Paris Day 1 & 2

Travel Diary: Paris Day 1 & 2

This week started off with a short trip to Paris. As a birthday gift from my family, my brother got the trip to Paris (and more importantly, Disneyland!) so he and I got to Paris late on Monday evening and got home again Wednesday evening – a trip that lasted less than 48 hours in other words. We have been to Paris once before back in 2005 but that time we only stayed on Disneyland so the city of Paris was a brand…

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A Beginner’s Guide to Hiking

A Beginner’s Guide to Hiking

This post contains affiliate links Autumn is in the air and my body screams at me to go out and hike at every possible occasion. This is actually quite an unusual feeling for me. Since I hate being cold, autumn usually means indoors Netflix-marathons wrapped in a blanket with a lot of tea for me, but after I started hiking regularly about a year and a half ago I much rather go outside. It’s funny how a person can go…

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Travel Throwback Thursday: Orlando & Miami 2009

Travel Throwback Thursday: Orlando & Miami 2009

It’s Thursday so let’s have a throwback on my first and latest trip to the United States of America. My family and I were going on a cruise in the Carribean which departed from Miami so we had an afternoon in Miami and only got to see Miami Beach, but prior to that, we spent a couple of days in the theme park kingdom – Orlando. Since we are a Disney-loving family we had our eyes set on Disneyworld and I…

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How the Beach Keeps You Healty

How the Beach Keeps You Healty

Studies have shown that the beach is one of the best places to reduce stress and heal your brain. I have always said that I think I belong at the beach since that’s the place I feel the best – and scientist agrees with that! In 2012, a University of Exeter study found out that simply living close to a beach improves one’s health and well-being, and isnt that just awesome? Unfortunately, I don’t think all of us can buy a beach…

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Travel Throwback Thursday: Vatican City 2016

Travel Throwback Thursday: Vatican City 2016

You can’t visit Rome without also stepping into the smallest country on earth: Vatican City. Vatican City only has 450 citizens on an area of 0,44 km² and I went there during my trip to Rome in the spring of 2016. Being the worlds smallest country isn’t the only thing Vatican City is famous for since its also home of the head of the Catholic church, the pope. As a tourist you mainly visit two places which are the big St. Peter’s Square…

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