Written by Amaraizu Genius
Become a bit Swedish
Different people have different meaning to this. Even among Swedes, it could mean a different thing ‘being Swedish’. But that’s where to start, there is a base line we all can agree on when it comes to this. And yeah, it is summer; no better time to enjoy Sweden. First, you have to be outdoor everyday. That’s it. Swedes are super active during summer, and everyone is outdoor enjoying the sun which could be as high as 30 degrees Celsius. You can’t miss this, and shouldn’t afford being alone in your room after all semester of remote studies (probably carried out in your room). So, get up and visit the city to grab fika anywhere the train leads you. You can’t get missing!
Find out the foods you don’t like
I bet you have been eating only familiar meals all this while. Maybe, you have tried a few new ones, but likely, you tried those meals you believe you will love. It’s time to find out the foods you don’t like. Of course, along this challenging quest, you will definitely discover and fall in love trying new strange foods. You could walk up to a local restaurant and ask them for something truly traditional. You don’t need to know the name food or how it looks, but you’re free to ask how it is made, especially if you have any allergies. And yeah, you are not limited to traditional Swedish meals. Remember, Stockholm is an international multicultural environment. You can decide to visit a restaurant for indigenous meals of some countries you’re yet to visit. Now, let’s go and explore starting with Swedish cuisine.