I spend a lot of time here, this week was no different. 
Here are some snaps from my latest London visit.

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My family and I took a trip to Portugal,
 to a wonderful place called Cascais - about 20 min outside Lisbon.
I was blown away by the beauty of the country and kindness of the people.
We spent 6 days there, exploring the town, beaches and mountains. 







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Ok, I live in Gothenburg... I only followed the music for about a 30 minute car ride this time.
Foo Fighters, Ullevi Stadium.
June 12th 2015.


It was a perfect summer evening, Ullevi was packed and I remember thinking 
that this is going to be amazing. 
I was there together with my very close friend Fredrik and the swedish band Ghost were opening.
After they'd finished a great set, we wait in patience for the man of the night 
- Dave Grohl.
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A 5 am wake up call, 50 min flight and some gorgeous mountain views later I landed in Spokane.
Jordyn, her mum and brother met me and I was so glad to finally be there again.

I've known Jordyn since the day I was born and our parents go way back.
Unfortunately life has put us on very different paths and we live about 5000 miles away from each other now, but that doesn't mean we're any less friends for that.


Literally the first thing we do is go to a shooting range and I get taught how to shoot a hand gun.
I don't think I've ever felt more American...
A strange experience haha, but it was really fun.


We also took a road trip to a place called Sand Point in Idaho.
We hiked and spent lots of time outdoors and I was yet again reminded of why I love Washington state so much.




On the last day we went for a hike in a very swampy area. 
Beeing the fool I am I started doing silly poses for the camera and I ended up falling into the swamp with my phone in my pocket.
R.I.P Iphone.
What a great way to end my month of travelling......
(I did however manage to save all photos and videos from the trip, YES)

Sad that my journey had come to an end, I packed my belongings and made my way back across the atlantic to Sweden again.
Thank you America and everyone I met and who took such good care of me.

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My family and I took a trip to Portugal,
 to a wonderful place called Cascais - about 20 min outside Lisbon.
I was blown away by the beauty of the country and kindness of the people.
We spent 6 days there, exploring the town, beaches and mountains. 







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Originally I was supposed to go here alone as well, but in Jacksonville at the beginning of my trip I was fortunate enough to meet Madeleine - Isabella's Swedish friend.
We worked out that we'd be in Seattle at the exact same time so we decided we'd meet there as well.
She offered me to stay with her and her relatives instead - so I cancelled my hostel and the rest is history.

The first day we spent as tourists deluxe.
We'd both been to Seattle before, but one more tourist day couldn't hurt...

One of my favourite memories from last time I came to Seattle is (weird as it sounds) the duck tour.
The tour bus that also becomes a boat.
I don't know about other cities but in Seattle it's just done so incredibly well.

We also did some coffee tasting at the Starbucks roastery, went to the viewing gallery of Columbia Tower and visited Pike Place Market.


On our second day we ate brunch in a tiny little café in Bothell and took a road trip to the campus of Washington State University and all the cherry trees.



The same evening Madeleine dropped me off at my hotel by the airport. I had a 7 am flight the next morning, so I figured I'd just spend the night there instead.
I would be lying if I said I din't spend my evening lying in the bath tub and jumping on my big bed,
but come on this is the first time I've ever had my own hotel room.

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A 5 am wake up call, 50 min flight and some gorgeous mountain views later I landed in Spokane.
Jordyn, her mum and brother met me and I was so glad to finally be there again.

I've known Jordyn since the day I was born and our parents go way back.
Unfortunately life has put us on very different paths and we live about 5000 miles away from each other now, but that doesn't mean we're any less friends for that.


Literally the first thing we do is go to a shooting range and I get taught how to shoot a hand gun.
I don't think I've ever felt more American...
A strange experience haha, but it was really fun.


We also took a road trip to a place called Sand Point in Idaho.
We hiked and spent lots of time outdoors and I was yet again reminded of why I love Washington state so much.




On the last day we went for a hike in a very swampy area. 
Beeing the fool I am I started doing silly poses for the camera and I ended up falling into the swamp with my phone in my pocket.
R.I.P Iphone.
What a great way to end my month of travelling......
(I did however manage to save all photos and videos from the trip, YES)

Sad that my journey had come to an end, I packed my belongings and made my way back across the atlantic to Sweden again.
Thank you America and everyone I met and who took such good care of me.

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After 4 days in New York i was off to Nashville.
I was going on my own and I knew no one there.
Not sure quite what I was thinking.

I had booked my stay on airbnb and it turned out to be great.
I stayed with a guy called Jim in a lovely house in East Nashville and I had the coolest bed ever...

I spent 4 days in Nashville trying to soak up as much country music as I could.
I visited the country music hall of fame and the Ryman Auditorium and my favourite part, I saw a live gig at the Bluebird Café with Chip Esten among others.


I loved Nashville and I really want to go back, but I'd be lying if I said going somewhere completely alone wasn't challenging.
I've travelled a lot, but never have I been in a brand new place so far from anywhere with anyone who knows who I am and what my name is.
I'm glad I came though. I feel like I learned a lot. I learned how to be okay with just me and my brain and that I'm capable of a lot more than I give myself credit for.


As I said above - Chip Esten at the Bluebird Café.
It was something they call "in the round".
4 musicians sat facing each other in the middle of the venue taking turns to play their songs.
The 3 who's song it wasn't would improv and help out and play to the person who's it was.
The level of talent in that room that night was magical and I was completely in awe.

For those of you who know me, you'll know that I have a minor obsession with the 
tv-show Nashville.
Seeing Chip Esten in real life was a BIG DEAL.
I was lucky enough to be sitting at one of the closest tables and after I got to meet him and take a picture. I don't have any memories of what I said but I think it went something like...bleafufehj.



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Originally I was supposed to go here alone as well, but in Jacksonville at the beginning of my trip I was fortunate enough to meet Madeleine - Isabella's Swedish friend.
We worked out that we'd be in Seattle at the exact same time so we decided we'd meet there as well.
She offered me to stay with her and her relatives instead - so I cancelled my hostel and the rest is history.

The first day we spent as tourists deluxe.
We'd both been to Seattle before, but one more tourist day couldn't hurt...

One of my favourite memories from last time I came to Seattle is (weird as it sounds) the duck tour.
The tour bus that also becomes a boat.
I don't know about other cities but in Seattle it's just done so incredibly well.

We also did some coffee tasting at the Starbucks roastery, went to the viewing gallery of Columbia Tower and visited Pike Place Market.


On our second day we ate brunch in a tiny little café in Bothell and took a road trip to the campus of Washington State University and all the cherry trees.



The same evening Madeleine dropped me off at my hotel by the airport. I had a 7 am flight the next morning, so I figured I'd just spend the night there instead.
I would be lying if I said I din't spend my evening lying in the bath tub and jumping on my big bed,
but come on this is the first time I've ever had my own hotel room.

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After a tearful goodbye in Jacksonville I set off to my next destination - New York!

When I arrives at JFK Elisabeth and John were there waiting for me.
Elisabeth is my mums closest friend whom she met when she used to live in New York and who I'd met before the last time I was there.
They are two of the loveliest people I know.

I left boiling Florida for freezing New York. 
The ponds in central park were still frozen and the remains from the previous snow storm lay scattered along the sides of the roads.



I spent 4 days in New York with Elisabeth and John and I can't thank them enough for their kindness.
I had such a blast.
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