Monthly Update – April

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What a crazy month it has been!

I have finished my internship at Brewhouse, been insanely stressed out about my trip (with good reason), worked on my last assignments for school before my graduation and spent more time travelling back and forth between my family home, visiting my parents, and my apartment in Gothenburg. One part of me is so extremely excited about the trip to Italy and Japan that I have a hard time believing that it is finally happening, and another part of me is trying to finsih everything that is related to school. This means that my mind is pretty much all over the place, but it’s not at all bad! The biggest change that came with April is my mental health. Now I’m at a point where I not only function like my normal self, but I’m also filled with excitement and anticipation, and my depression is very, very far away.

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Budapest Adventures 2016 – Day Four

On the fourth day of our trip to Budapest, me and Sarah went to Margitszigit and explored the island’s many activities and had fun in the sun! You can read more about our trip here and keep an eye out for more videos! (There’s more to come).

Budapest Adventures 2016 – Day Three

Here is the third part (and third day) of me and my friend Sarah’s trip to Budapest. Watch as we explore vintage shops and chill by the thermal baths in the sun! You can read about the trip here and if you want to watch the first part of the series you can find it here, and the second part here.

Budapest Adventures 2016 – Day Two

Here is the second part (and the second day) of me and my friend Sarah’s trip to Budapest last summer! We bought a whole lot of tasty things at Central Market Hall and had a picnic in the sun at the top of Gellért Hill! The view was amazing (as I’m sure you can tell)!

You can read more about the trip here and see the first part of the series here.

Travel Expectations – Japan

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It seems like it was only yesterday that I was searching like crazy to find a travel buddy (with very little result) and the idea of going to Japan was just that – an idea. Now me and an amazing Italian girl named Marta have booked our tickets, accommodation and made a two week travel plan to explore everything from Kamakura to Tokyo. (And I got an amazing bonus as I get to join Marta in Milan for four days before we head to Japan.)

Japan is such an amazing contrast to Sweden where I live, with that being said, I naturally have some expectations going into this adventure. I thought it would be fun to share them with you now, 3,5 months before going, and then get back to you as I come home at the end of May and reflect on how accurate they were.

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