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Edition Coffee Roasters

I’ve only mentioned living in Sweden about ten million times on this blog now so I’m not going to bore you with more nostalgic writings other than to say, food was a big part of it. I rarely ate out, living in one of the most expensive …

Outfit: Snakeskin

Whenever I see the word snakeskin, I think of the awesome Bowling for Soup song about the 80’s. I’m not usually partial to animal prints but this drape-y cape/shirt was a crumpled mess that caught the right amount of light making the fabric shine like the sun. The …

Deadly Denim Days

Sweden is a long way away both in distance and time. I could be sitting in a chair ruminating about anything and suddenly a thought will hit me that I’m not in Sweden, did Sweden actually happen or was the whole thing a dream? Strangely enough, I …

Tranccidental Running

When I first got back from Sweden, the first thing I wanted to do in Malaysia was go for a run outdoors. That’s yet another positive trait I learnt from my time on exchange, to stop being a treadmill junkie and actually go outside for …

Here’s Looking at You, Flower

Here are a couple of photos from my trip to Skansen with Andrea a couple of months ago. Skansen is a museum cum zoo located in Djurgarden. It was pretty deserted the day we went despite the awesome weather. I had hardly ever had alone …

Norrmalmstorgssyndromet

I wrote the entirety of this post on my plane back home. In the Batman comic The Killing Joke, the Joker sets out to prove that the ordinary man is only one day away from reaching insanity. In high school had one day that felt …

Lantis

The blogpost everyone on exchange has surely been waiting for. A recap of all the meals I had at Lantis. To the curious, Lantis is the biggest restaurant on Stockholm University campus. You pay 82 kr (MYR 41/ AUD 15) or 62 kr with a …

F12/Fredsgatan 12

Someone once asked me, what would I like if I didn’t like food? I like a bunch of stuff, like the darkest shade of black or the smell of an old book with yellowed pages. As a kid, I had a love/fake hate relationship with …

Greece Part 1 – Athens

I started writing this post sitting on the lounge of a cruise ship headed towards Santorini. But I won’t get ahead of myself, I’ll begin 36 hours ago, 6 am on Thursday when we first arrived at Skavsta airport. You might remember Skavsta from my previous …