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Min stad, just där solen börjar om
Spring is slowly peeking around the corner, and the days are slightly getting warmer and with that, sunnier! Yes, it’s finally here! Winter up here in Sweden has been loooong, since the first of December we’ve had layers of snow limiting us in exploring the country side and cute little towns. It’s no party biking through snow, let alone visit snowed up beaches. So we are more than ready for longer days and the sight of blooming flowers. A great benefit of spring is that you get to explore the surroundings. Therefore, this Snoozy Sunday, we’re discovering the countryside of the Skane region.
Today is yet another day to explore some of the festivals out there. Time to elaborate on some of the previously already welcomed festivals. As more unconventional festivals are covered, today a feature of a cheap one (is that possible?!). Living on a student budget, and people in general like free things, I’ll be covering the Distortion festival in Copenhagen, Denmark. A festival characterised by free rave parties on the CPH-streets during the day, and club-parties by night, ranging from ‘hiped’ DJ’s to up-and-comers.
Carrying around between 10 to 20 kilo’s of your own crap, sometimes with a tent on the side, isn’t the easiest task for your body. And that DSLR camera around your neck can cause some serious cramps. Backpacking is adventurous and exhilarating, you feel like a lonely explorer ready to take on the world. Until that is, you strap on that backpack to your body. When you walk from busstation to busstation and manoeuvre yourself on steep cobblestone streets, trying to find that hidden hostel you wonder ‘why haven’t I trained a bit more?’ ‘Cause ladies and gentleman, backpacking sure isn’t for the fainthearted.