And so I’m back in Sweden again and what happens? I catch a cold. I guess it’s true what they say; fresh air is bad for you.
I’ve been back in Sweden for a week now and I’m starting to let go of China time. What was the first thing I ate you might ask? Cheese, lots and lots of cheese. But, to be honest, I already miss the Chinese food, I’m so used to it now that Swedish food just seems a bit, well, tasteless to be honest.
My flight went well, I had no overweight with my luggage, and all the transfers went well. It was really sad having to say goodbye to Liza, but we have already planned a visit to Ukraine and Sweden this summer, so I know I’ll see her soon. She’s back in Ukraine now as well. You realize how much stuff you have when you start to unpack, I had bought some gifts for my friends and family, but most of it was food to be honest.
First day in school was all about getting up to speed with what’s been happening, homework, projects, essays etc. I already fee stressed. I brought with me some Chinese snacks and people were quite fascinated. When people ask me how I’ve been, it’s really hard to summarize everything into just a few sentences, so I just say that it’s been really, really good.
This will be the last time I write, so I just wanted to take the opportunity to say that if anyone reading t
his is thinking about going abroad for one semester; Don’t think, just go! It will be worth it and you’ll meet new interesting people and experience new things that you’ll cherish for life. This is where I sign out, but if you have any questions whatsoever about my trip, don’t hesitate to send me an e-mail; firstname.lastname@example.org