We’re talking to some of our guests from this past spring. We hear a bit about exploring the viking island...
In this special summer edition, we find out how former guests Adam from Australia, Matteo from Argentina and Diana from Latvia spend their summers, both in Sweden and around the world.
Today we chat with Ben, who works in comedy, about living in part-time in Linköping, voiceover work, and making a film about all the big things in the small towns across Sweden.
“I fly to Toronto next week. It is maybe not best for the climate but I won’t drive while I’m there so maybe that evens out?”
Justin moved around from Colorado to Louisiana to Seattle and finally to Sweden. And what does he find the strangest? Week numbers!
Steph lives in Malmö, but is originally from London. We discuss living in the south of Sweden, falafels, and startups.
Karan, originally from India, has worked as a sous chef in Stockholm with some very well-known chefs. We obviously get some restaurant tips and learn why he hates putting raisins in lussekatter.
If I was in a Volvo, I would be the perfect Swede.
Before starting a life in Sweden, Naoko, from Japan, had already done a lot.
Marco, from Italy, talks to us about Swedish house parties and importing Italian wine.
This week we talk with two sisters who moved to Stockholm, both with very different journeys. And they both happen...
Adam from Australia shares his suspicion of ice cream trucks that operate in the winter. What is really going on there?
There was once a Swedish king who died from eating 16 semlor. If you don’t control yourself, it might happen to you too.
Matteo is from so many countries that we lost count. He talks to us about his international journey and the importance of belonging.
Why are goats a thing in Swedish Christmas? Let’s look at the historical lore on the origins of the Christmas goat.
I’m feeling a bit cold today and thinking of ways to warm up, so of course my thoughts are turning toward the giant straw Christmas goat that sits in the city of Gävle.