Here is my throwback picture, to this February when I was in London. A surprise trip for my 30th birthday!
Kiruna is the northernmost town in Sweden and I spent three days there at the beginning of this week. I’ve lived in Sweden almost 21 years but never been there before…Having finally visited I can honestly say I glad I did and wish that I had done it before. It was absolutely stunning and the people were so amazing!
Just before takeoff
Almost about to land
On the drive to the hotel
There was a ton of snow
The Kiruna mine
In love with this car
Chanel fashion show on ice
Visited the Ice hotel
Would you sleep here?
My favorite room
During a walk in Jukkasjärvi. This is actually a lake.
The sun peeking out
The mine at night
540 meters under ground in the mine
This weekend I went to Copenhagen for a few hours. My friend and I were heading out for a meeting when we decided to go. It was super nice! I love being spontaneous and this turned into a great afternoon with a dear friend who I hadn’t seen in a while.
Copenhagen is a beautiful city, if you have a chance, you should go!
Can’t wait for summer to do more of these weekend getaways! We plan on going to Oslo as well!
Hello you lovely people. Hope all is well with you. These last two weeks have been a whirlwind but I’m finally back in the swing of things! Hope you had a great Easter and that you spent it with your loved ones. I know I did. Doing a lot of travelling in the next few days but I promise to keep you updated…
I texted my mom and dad late Friday afternoon about them coming to visit me and they did. We spent a great evening together friday and Saturday we went shopping and to visit the grandparents.
Today I woke up before 7AM to get ready for a fun filled day in the swedish capital, Stockholm. A mere 1 h and 20 minutes later Dina and I were arriving at the station.
After a lunch meeting we went to a APU Network association dinner celebrating the Bosnian Independence Day. Because Dina is traveling tomorrow and I have a week full of meetings we had to get on a train back home at 7.30. The evening was a great success though! We got to meet some very successful and interesting people. Aida Hadžialić being on of them. She is a Swedish politician and the Minister of Education. At 28 she is the youngest minister Swedish history and she just happenes to be Bosnian aswell.
What did you guys do?
Hello to all the new readers and followers. And welcome!
But, as some of you might know, I was given a secret trip as a birthday present. That trip is now only a week away. Until now I’ve been sure it was either London or Sarajevo, leaning more towards Sarajevo but now I’m not so sure anymore. All my family and friends are keeping quiet and not saying anything. Secretly I’m hoping it might be a destination I haven’t visited before, like Dublin or Marseille.
I guess I’ll just have to wait…
A picture of my brother-in-law and I from last summer. I invited myself to his 30th birthday surprise trip to London that my sister organized. Oh, maybe he’s coming too…
Hello my lovely friends
I hope you’ve all had a wonderful weekend. I know I did. This weekend was my very talked about birthday party, the big one. I know I’ve a few smaller get together’s. It was an awesome party and all my faves were there.
I got some amazing things that I’m very very thankful for and I’ll show you all what it is, probably in a YouTube video over on my channel.
But the coolest gift is a trip! I’m going somewhere in the middle of February with my sister. The gift is from her, Ami and Dina, but there is a catch. I have no idea where. I just got instructions on what to pack and where to be at a certain time. That is all. I hate surprises so this is literally killing me. I hate the wait and the suspense. I even offered to pay people off for them to tell me. But nobody would. I guess I’ll just have to wait and see…
Ok, so I just got an email to go to Birmingham for something really fun. Unfortunately I can’t go as the event is happening at the end of November and I’m already booked that weekend. Typical! Although I love being busy, because it keeps me sane I don’t like the fact that I rarely can go away as a spur of the moment kind of thing.
So, www.worldofwanderlust.com has listed their Top 15 travel destinations of 2015 and my beautiful Bosnia is at number one. I’m not the least bit surprised. This is what they had to say;
A picture tells a thousand words… and Bosnia & Herzegovina is one of the most picturesque countries off the beaten path. Fortunately it is still flying very much under the radar – making now the perfect time to visit (but be sure to be quick!).