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Goodbye Australia.

With only two nights left in this country before I head on a very long journey back to my loved one’s arms, I think it is about time to try and summarize my semester at Flinders. But how do you … Continue reading

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Culture in Sydney

I am a theater film musical play nerd who loves watching people pretend to be other people and tell stories about life and relationships. Therefor, it was quite obvious that I intended to go see a play while I was … Continue reading

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The camel pest

This past weekend I spent a short amount of time exploring the Australian mid-section, Alice Springs and the famous Kata Tjuta National Park. There are lot of things that need to be said about the people I met, the nature … Continue reading

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Life’s off balance.

According to me, life is about balance (among other things like love, good food and professional manicures). If you can’t find your balance, you are likely to fall. Right now my days feel longer than ever and the time until … Continue reading

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Proud and Patriotic

I have noticed before during my longer stays abroad that I tend to turn into a very patriotic and proud Swede. I have lived in New Jersey, USA for a year and I also worked in Germany for three years, … Continue reading

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69 down, 69 to go.

This is it. The half-time mark has come, and now almost passed, by a couple of hours. Today I have survived and put behind me half of the time I have here in Australia. It feels very weird; I do … Continue reading

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European migrants became European survivors

The Migration Museum is a place full of stories, of survivors, of split-up families, of poor people, of desperate people, of people accepting Australia as their new homeland. Alessandro and I have spent five days in the air-conditioned offices of … Continue reading

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Signs of a koala

Koalas. Australia’s pride. I got to cuddle one when we went to Kangaroo Island and he held on to me like I was an Eucalyptus tree with sunglasses. I would still love to see one for real though, a wild … Continue reading

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Sick for your home?

Homesickness is a vicious disease that can strike at any moment, without any symptoms or premonitions. Homesickness is like a virus, a feeling in your chest that something is wrong, a condition that is impossible for outsiders to detect. Homesickness … Continue reading

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Interesting Internationals

Although I study a fairly international program back in Sweden, where all the classes and books are in English and exchange students as well as international students are more than welcome, I tend to hang out mainly with Swedes. I … Continue reading

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