Facts, that I learned on my trip to Sweden.

On the trip to Sweden I met people, that I will never forget; visited places, that freakin’ impressed me and made me wanna return back to Sweden. But the journey was also quite educational. I learned some funny facts about different nationalities. Let me tell you some of them: Swedish people wear socks pulled up to their knees with flip flops. I saw that ‘trend’…

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Sweden #day 17-21: Norrkoping shopping, Swedish archipelago and the final dance

It’s over. The end of the camp. I’ve arrived home 3 hours ago after 11 hours long travel. And I haven’t slept for more than 24 hours now. Except for two hours in the van when we were driving to the Airport. In kinda squeezed embrio position. Very uncomfortable. However, saying goodby to everyone is the hardest. I cried so much that there was barely…

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SWEDEN #DAY 14-16: ZOO, BODABORG, DANCE SHOW

The first camper already left. Gianina from Romania is leaving tomorrow. It is quite shocking when you realise that that is last time you’ve seen each other. It strikes you from the clear sky. I will miss all of them. 🙁 So what we’ve been doing the last days? Learning the Swedish national folk dance (that was funny to see especially when our camp joined…

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SWEDEN #DAY 11-13: Linkoping and Söderköping

Well, we finally started some activities in the camp. And wonder why do I have wifi right now in the so called middle of nowhere? Host of the girls I have spent most of the time with came with his out of the world truck with the whole apartment in it. And brought us wifi. Thank you Anders! 🙂 So anyway, the day before yesterday…

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Sweden #day 8-10 : Into the wild

HELP! They took us in in the middle of the forest, where we have no access to wifi, shops, mobile networks, nothing! I feel like I moved 100 years before the present. Though it feels refreshing, you know, no internet and everything, I still have to keep touch with my friends :'( So, I’m in a camp with 29 other teenagers. They are all great…

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SWEDEN #day7 : Gay pride in Stockholm

“Can you tell me please how to get to the old town because we want to go to the gay pride?“ I asked this at the information centre at the train station and the woman behind the table was completely shocked. “And we are meeting some of our friends there.“ The woman almost fell off her chair. She thought I was a lesbian. But I…

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SWEDEN #day 5-6: To Finland and back!

If someone asks me what I’ve seen in Sweden, my answer will be Eiffel tower. My hosts had like a million piece puzzle that they weren’t able to put together for half a year. So after dinner, me and Victoria decided to finish it. Not the best idea though. I was awake until 4am. Victoria gave up two hours before. But I kept going. And…

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SWEDEN #day3-4 : Enjoying the life without wifi in Swedish forests

Last two days I’ve spent in my host’s summer house at the Ubby-lÃ¥ngsjon lake. Beautiful place. Perfect for days when you want to escape the world and spend so time in quiet. Without wifi. Unfortunately. But the place is very welcoming. All people know each other and everyone we came across on our way to the lake greeted me with a big smile. Even if…

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SWEDEN #DAY2 : Stockholm city and ABBA world

Today we decided to  visit the famous Stockholm. Our first stop was ABBA museum which is one of the rare museums that actually are interesting. Abba music everywhere, exhibition of their costumes, awards and albums, every detail of their childhood was described there. And how they became world known superstars. Because we left house quite late, was after the museum time for lunch. Expensive one…

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SWEDEN #day1 : Day at the Arlanda airport

So here I am. After five hours long jouney I landed in the country of Absolut vodka, IKEA, Abba and Pirate bay. And extremely high prices. Today I have spent my whole day at the Arlanda Stockholm airport. My host is actually an organiser of the camp and we had to check in all the participants of the camp. So I became a secretary  of…

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