After a very hard (as usual) winter, spring finally came… kind of. I will not write a post about winter this years because I didn’t do ANYTHING. Winter, for me, starts when I need to go down to the basement to take out my very big and thick jacket that I usually use when the…

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One of the main reasons we were in Peru was to hike the Inca Trail. So one day before we decided to buy a smaller backpack, because everyone told us it was actually hard to carry even 5 kilos. And my backpack was kind of big, and knowing myself I was going to pack so…

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After we crossed the border Bolivia-Peru without any problems, we arrived to Puno. Puno shares the Lake Titicaca and has their own very peculiar island: the islands of Uros. Their uniqueness is due to their construction. They have been created entirely with the buoyant totora reeds that grown abundantly in the shallows of the lake.…

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Lake Titicaca is a large, deep lake in the Andes on the border of Bolivia and Peru. By volume of water and by surface area, it is the largest lake in South America. Lake Titicaca is held as a sacred site by the Incas. In the Incan creation myth, the god Con Tiqui Viracocha emerged from Lake Titicaca bringing some human beings with him. The…

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One of the things I like the most about Sweden and swedes, it’s their love for nature and -weather permitting- being outdoors. Watch this video if you would like to see a little bit more of Swedish nature and what happens when you go out camping with a cat. Summer (or at least spring!!) can…

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