The last weeks have been quite busy with thesis writing but it is important to take a break, especially in the first warm days of the year! So I decided to join a trip organised by the International office and went canoeing to Gagnef. We gathered around 11am in Gagnef to rent the canoes and kayaks… Read More Canoeing trip in Gagnef
It’s been one month since I visited one of the coolest trade fairs I have ever been to. I flew, together with two classmates, to Berlin to visit ITB. Now for the tourism students among us, you might have heard of it. It is the biggest tourism trade fair in the world, and it is… Read More Investing in my future
When I told my friends I will study my Master in Sweden everyone’s reaction was mainly ‘Oh wow, but that will be so expensive!’. This might have been connected with a stereotype that Scandinavia is really expensive (in reality 3x in comparison to Czech republic) but I am sure you are wondering about the rough… Read More How much does Sweden cost?
Sometimes in life you just have to go with the flow and see where you end up. Last week I had one of such moments. We had had lunch with some classmates at Ikea, yes that happens here, and after we weren’t quite sure what we wanted to do. We knew we had to do… Read More Spontaneous trips are the best trips
Sweden is well known for a large number of lakes and cold winters – when combine these you get endless opportunities for ice-skating! 🙂 Since summer and our study visit to Främby Udde in September, I have been excited for winter to start in order to try ice-skating on the lake Runn. I have skated… Read More Being active #5 – Ice-skating
Eversince I moved to Borlänge, I have been going to Tenoren on Thursdays to hang out with friends, chat and play games. It has become my habbit and I usually try not to miss out so I thought it would be worth sharing this great opportunity with you 🙂 Tenoren is a Student Union house… Read More Thursday’s classic in Tenoren
End of first semester – Two days off and no plans? Take a cruise to neighbouring country Although the semester’s last written exam of solar thermal was tricky for most of the Solar energy engineering students, everyone was quite relieved since it marked the end of the extensive first semester. We had three days on our… Read More Cruising the Baltics – Stockholm to Helsinki