🙂 Swedish people and their humour. Baltic Beaches. Herring, Swedish Traditions (our fav is the crayfish party in August!) Songs. Schnapps. The Beautiful Baltic Beaches!
🙁 Everything to love and nothing to dislike.
Currency: Swedish Krona
THREE THINGS WE DID NOT KNOW ABOUT SWEDEN
Everything is balance. Not too much, not too little: just right. Don’t be flashy, but don’t be too frugal either. From now on, you like semi-skimmed milk. Not too fatty, not too lean. From the car you drive, to the house you live in to the clothes you wear; everything from now on is comfortable shade of lagom.
Sweden imports waste!
The Swedish people love to recycle. Only 1% of waste ends up in landfill with 50% being recycled or composted and 49% being incinerated for energy. This may sound like great news but it has caused one big problem: there’s not enough waste left to keep the incinerators running.So, Sweden has come up with a novel solution. They import waste from Norway and the UK to keep the lights on. And as a double bonus, the countries actually pay Sweden to take their waste away!
Yes, fika is really a thing
At least twice a day, stop what you are doing and go get another coffee. Sit down. Eat a bun. Talk to others who are doing the same. This is now something you do twice a day for the rest of your life. It’s called Fika. It’s a noun and a verb, so you can meet for a fika or you can fika with someone. You can even fika-date.