We spent our first winter in absolute wonder. It was the first time me and the kids witnessed snow – it was and still feels magical. We used to go on walks to the neighbourhood park to play in the snow and observe what everyone does. Some I found very inspiring was, I noticed in the stroller parking lot at Krissy’s school, sledges being parked instead of strollers.
What amazed me was that irrespective of what the weather is like, no matter how hot or cold it gets, the Swedes have numerous outdoor activities that would suit each weather condition. There is no excuse to stay indoors! Continue reading “K&K Sledging for the First Time!”
Yesterday, June 6, was Sweden’s National Day. It is celebrated in honor of King Gustav Vasa who was elected in 1523 since he is considered as that day marked the beginning of modern Sweden.
In India, our national days, such as Republic Day and Independence Day, are marked with elaborate parades and festivities. I was very curious to see how the Swedes celebrate their national day. Continue reading “Sveriges Nationaldag at Operan i Hagaparken”
After five continuous days of gloomy weather, the sun showed up on Tuesday! Since our first commute by public transport turned out to be a success, the girls and I, determined to make the most of the sunshine, ventured further away to explore a very picturesque royal ‘English Park’ – the Haga Park!
Continue reading “K&K at Haga Park”