Hej!

travel

Omg I went to Stockholm!!

I stayed on a boat!! How cool is that. :O :O  I walked a bit around in the city and I ate a really good vegetarian burger at a bar. It had games to play and cool music. And I saw these stickers at many bars and hostels.

The second day I put on dark lipstick because it seemed like a fun thing to do. And then went to the Modern Art Museum. Ahhh it was so good, I love modern art. And I really enjoyed seeing Swedish art. I think I like Swedish art a lot.

On the way to the Photography Museum, I saw posters and writings protesting for a cause. The whole time in Stockholm it felt like it is absolutely okay to tell your opinion.

At the Photography Museum. Many really talented artists! Really cool vibe! And at the end of the exhibition, there is a party. 😀

Soo beautiful. I loved the weather. Icy rain, wind. ^^ With a cup of Pressbyran coffee. The best.

Being at Centralbadet was amazing. I loved the design of the place. The bubble bath, swimming pool, many different sauna types. SO special, so nice.

Time to go home… Tack sa mycket Sweden!! Jag alskar dig Stockholm. Solo Female Travel!! ❤

thoughts about turism

thoughts, travel

When I visited Kotor I had some thoughts about turism and traveling. My hosts encouraged me that I must go and see Kotor, it’s an amazing place in Montenegro.

I wasn’t really excited for turisty places, but the sea and the architecture of the old town convinced me.

When I was there walking around I felt that this is a truly beautiful and interesting place to see. But at the same time I felt repulsed and angry about how much turism change the atmosphere of the place.

As time passed I thought more about this topic and two opposite opinions started to form  inside me. One was that turism shouldn’t even exist and we should learn to travel and visit places in a way that places like Kotor wouldn’t need to change at all for our comfort. Or, my other thought was that this is just how this place is and turisty restaurants and caffes, people from all around the world passing by, taking photographs are a part of it. And I should appreciate the place how it is right now.