Kokeshi dolls and the quest for a home

THIS IS A TRANSLATED VERSION OF THIS SWEDISH POST!    At the moment (edit: in October 2012) I’m looking everywhere for a home. After being ”homeless” or rather not having my own place for years, I yearn for some small space to call my own; a place I […]

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First day of school

THIS IS A TRANSLATED VERSION OF THIS SWEDISH POST!    So Monday was the first day of school. I was in good time, and was already there ready and able at 1330 (class started at 1400), and lucky me it turned out I had a whole heap of […]

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One 4 life

THIS IS A TRANSLATED VERSION OF THIS SWEDISH POST!    I’ve googled, read and downloaded documents from the Swedish Tax Agency (Skatteverket) and well, at the moment I’m feeling dizzy with all the information I’ve gotten, but also incredibly duracelled. I hardly want to go to sleep at […]

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Update

THIS IS A TRANSLATED VERSION OF THIS SWEDISH POST!    So, I left Koh Chang and the safety of the rain one Saturday morning. I’d found a busticket – for a big bus. It wasn’t completely easy, since for some reason there are only mini vans going back […]

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I love you <3

THIS IS A TRANSLATED VERSION OF THIS SWEDISH POST!    My nieces & nephews – I LOVE YOU! (even the 2 not in the picture…) I don’t remember if I’ve heard it or read it somewhere or where ever it came from, but a while ago it was […]

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Thai School in Samui

“Thai skola” was first published on my Swedish Blog Why should it be so hard to find a thai school where they from the beginning of course 1 also teach the thai alphabet? 2 years ago, while still at home in Gothenburg, I’d signed up for a course […]

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Koh Chang – what a bummer

“Koh Chang – vilken nit” was first published on my Swedish Blog.   Well, without lying or exaggerating I can safely state that Koh Chang isn’t quite what I expected. I expected a “something-close-to-paradise-island”, but basically found just an island with an ordinary main road, which leads from […]

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