After 82 days in the Canary Islands, we are finally back in Sweden. Here’s my running list of the “huh” moments I’ve encountered during the adjustment.
Learn how to surf – this was at the top of the Swedeheart’s to-do list before we’d booked our flights to Corralejo. Surfing had never interested me, but I decided to try it with him anyway.
Last week, I flew north to less-than-ideal temperatures to the bustling city of London. My getaway was somewhat last minute in nature, but exciting times call for exciting measures.
This post is useful for anyone planning to visit the Canaries. For everyone else, I included photos!
Moving to a new location, even just for three months, means getting used to a number of things.
Like I mentioned in my first post about escaping to the Canaries, one of our reasons for doing so is to test the lifestyle of a digital nomad. What, exactly, is that?
It’s been over five years since I moved to Sweden and had to navigate a different culture and a foreign language. It’s happening all over now – this time in Spain.
Was that attention grabbing enough? Well, it’s true, but it’s only temporary – three glorious months of temporary.