• Hotel Eggers Gothenburg Göteborg
    Europe,  Gothenburg,  Hotels,  Reviews,  Sweden

    Hotel Eggers Gothenburg: Review

    All opinions are my own, this post it not sponsored by Hotel Eggers or anyone else. Walking through the doors and checking in to one of Swedens oldest hotels is a pretty impressive feeling. I’m not going to lie. When I’m booking somewhere to stay I’m looking for an experience, not just a place to sleep. And if you are the same; Hotel Eggers is perfect for you. The Room We checked in to room 392 at Hotel Eggers and were greeted with such a calm and lovely feeling. Dark walls and a green velvet bed frame is something I never would have picked out myself but something I did…

  • Hotel Eggers Gothenburg
    Europe,  Gothenburg,  Sweden

    Gothenburg Travel Diary: Day 1

    My weekend in Gothenburg is sadly already over and I’m currently back home to my reality. Gothenburg treated me and Sandra very well and I already want to go back. We arrived in Gothenburg on Friday afternoon and walked straight to our hotel which was Hotel Eggers. We wanted an experience and not just feeling like our hotel was the place we went to just for sleeping. And Hotel Eggers delivered! What an experience! A hotel review will be up shortly because it deserves its own post. After we checked in to our amazing room we headed out on the town as the kids say. We went to meet up with fellow…

  • Sweden,  Travel Tips

    Things To Know Before You Visit Sweden

    IKEA, Abba, Spotify and northern lights are usually things that come to mind when you’re thinking about Sweden. But it is so much more than that and traveling to this beautiful country should be on your bucket list by now! Sweden has a population of about 10 million inhabitants and is a very long, skinny country, this is very important to remember for later. Sweden offers beautiful nature, interesting history and a variety of foods but there are some things you should know before visiting this interesting Scandinavian country. At one of my favorite places down south; Kullaberg. Getting around in Sweden Whilst visiting getting around is easy. Sweden has a…

  • Personal

    Happy Birthday to Me!

    It’s my birthday! Can’t believe that I’m 21 years old now. I feel older but at the same time younger than my age. When I’m at work I blend in with my colleagues I feel older but when I’m at school feeling like I don’t understand a thing, I feel very young haha! I also feel old when I think about all the things I’ve done in my life. That I’ve already managed to do a lot of things for being so young. I’ve traveled many places, lived abroad and I’ve moved away from home to study in a city I had never visit before. I feel proud when I…

  • Hiking

    It’s hiking time!

    This post contains adlinks from Adviral 1. Sunglasses / 2. Sailing pants / 3. Hat / 4. Spork / 5. Cup / 6. Lunch box / 7. Boots / 8. Sweater / 9. Backpack Guys! It’s finally the best time of the year again! Autumn, which for me means hiking season has begun! And when a new hiking season begins I always get way to excited to buy new hiking gear. Anyone else that is the same? On the top of my list for this season are these metal lunch boxes. Metal is a great way to avoid plastic and I just think they look better as well. Also they…

  • England,  Great Britain,  Liverpool

    How Not to Move Abroad in Europe

    In 2016 I graduated from high school and just a few days after graduation I packed a tiny bag and flew to Madrid and then onwards to Liverpool. Which I decided was my new home. My experience moving abroad was a disaster. Not the city of Liverpool, but my experience. So here I am today to tell you how not to move abroad in Europe so that you can learn from 18-year-old me and not make the same mistakes. Plan ahead I wish I knew planning ahead actually can be a good thing. I have a tendency to dive head first into projects and not thinking about consequences, which can…

  • Personal,  Videos

    I Tried Going Plastic Free for 30 Days

    In July I challenged myself to be a better person. After watching the Netflix-documentary ‘Chasing Coral’ I was devastated. The ocean and the corals are slowly dying. I wrote a long emotional post on my Instagram which you can find here and decided that I would try to be a better person for the ocean by going plastic free for a month. It was quite the challenge and it has definitely changed my opinion on plastic and I can honestly say that I’ve cut my consumption if not in half then at least a LOT. Of course I thought it was a good idea to film the entire process and make…

  • Europe,  Greece,  Rhodes

    Rhodes: Top 3

    I went to Greece. Again. This time to Rhodes. I just can’t help myself haha! I’m currently compiling a video of our trip to Rhodes but whilst you’re waiting I thought it would be fun to read about the highlights of my trip. Snorkeling in St Paul’s Bay This place was insane! And if you like snorkeling this is a must. Just past Lindos is this beautiful bay with a beach and some great snorkeling. I would argue that this was the best place we visited on Rhodes. We parked our car on the parking lot you can see just above the bay and then walked over to the beach…

  • Europe,  Greece,  Kos

    Seven Things To Do On Kos

    Hi guys, I’m back with a travel guide from Kos, Greece! Finally! Kos was an amazing island and if you’re looking for adventure I would recommend Kos! If you are planning to go to Kos soon (or in the future) this is the right post for you. Here are 7 things to do on the island of Kos!   1. RENT A BIKE TO GET AROUND KOS This is a must! Everyone rents a bike on Kos and you will understand why. The island is quite small and if you’re staying in Kos town the easiest way to get around is by biking. There are bike roads all over Kos.…