Reading time: 5 mins. Its almost been a month since the class of 2020 started their first semester at KI. How they’re finding it won’t be for me to say, that will be the next digital ambassador’s (DA) job. They’ll be hand selected by a great editorial team. So, for my last foray into the… Read More Apps you can’t live without in Stockholm
Come to India with an open heart, they said. You will be shocked but you will like it, they said. I’m shocked, I like Kolkata and I explore the city and the country with an open heart. This past winter I noticed a cake sale in the KI hall and their brownies were so delicious,… Read More Volunteering in India: healthcare, pads and other surprises
Hello everyone! The summer is slowly, but steadily coming to an end (so make sure to make the most of the remaining part of it! ;). Yet, the most interesting and exciting chapter for many is just about to begin, and this is STARTING YOUR NEW PROGRAM AT KI!!!! I bet many of you, newly… Read More #throwback to being a newbie at KI: some REASSURING TIPS for the nervous freshmen✌️
Traveling with children is always both fun and challenging, not to mention if it is when we are moving, staying in a new place for a longer period. Speaking of challenges, one of the challenges is how to pack effectively. Bringing the right stuff with us and also leaving behind the right stuff. One year… Read More International students with family series – eps.3 : Four tips to pack effectively
June is the perfect month: school is over (for a while) and I’m rushing North to celebrate Midsommar! This is a Swedish celebration dedicated to the middle of the summer. Wait, what? Middle of summer? Yes, kids. 21 of June is the middle of Swedish summer. Welcome to the North. Apparently, there are just 21… Read More Midsommar
Back home we say that it’s better to be first in your village rather than second in Rome. So Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden. Does size matter? Especially, if it has other attractions and has a great personality? Even though I always say that my love of Stockholm is uncontrollable and infinite,… Read More Cheating on Stockholm with Gothenburg: Is it worth it?
Welcome all! Last weekend the sun was shining and the weather was absolutely perfect here in Mannheim. I decided to take a break from all the writing and thesis work, and decided to head out to Heidelberg! Heidelberg is 30 minutes away from a train ride and 40 minutes away from a tram ride. I… Read More The time I explored a little city called Heidelberg
Hello and welcome! I decided to make an online diary for my thesis work. As I mentioned in my previous blog, I am conducting my thesis research abroad. Today, I will recap my experience of getting started and the first few weeks of working in the lab. First Day: I was super super excited to… Read More Thesis Diary Vol 1: Starting work at the lab
The best thing about living in Stockholm is that it is easy to escape. Are you looking for a cheap trip? Cruises to all Baltic capitals will work for you! Cruise by ferry is a 40 hours trip with 2 nights on the board and 6-7 hours in the city which is enough to make… Read More Around Baltic sea – Riga
One of the advantages of studying in Stockholm is that you can easily reach nearby forest. From fancy picnic to challenging hiking, from sight-seeing with a pair of bare eyes to photo hunting with sophisticated sniper-like lenses. The forest is always fascinating to view and breath-taking to explore, literally, especially if one takes the longest… Read More To eat Semla in the forest, why not?