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OMG finally I’m flying to my favorite city for an Easter Vacation.

Copenhagen here I’m back again, and here a look from my photoshoot. Photos turn here to be amazing, Hehehehe!

I went with my boyfriend for a walk, lunch then we kept strolling around the city. Time flew by, and I had to get some rest in my schedule.

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But soon going back to the streets for some drinks and more fun. Oh yaaaaaaah!

You can follow my trip and see more photos on my Instagram: SELNADEEM

HUGS, talk later! ❤



Good afternoon, OMG I feel like a human once again. I woke up at 4.30 in the morning and walked till the metro (Tunnelbana) like a zombie.

It was freezing, -10 C and will reach -15 C in the evening.

Today I make my first trip in 2017, taking the train to enjoy the beauty of Sweden and heading to the south where you can see the sun.

Malmö here I come and soon off for quality time with my friends that I’ve missed!

This year I decided to put myself first. It sounds like a cliché but oh damn it, I always forget me. Work is important, friends are important but not more important than me.


Also I decided to BE HAPPY and try to stop worrying about stuff I can’t control anyway.

Above all of that travel more to see new places I haven’t visited before.

Malmö is Scandinavia’s most diverse city. Over 40% of its residents have immigrant backgrounds and over 25% of its residents were born in another country.

I’m really looking forward to visiting many places and sightseeing in Malmö.

Puss Puss! XOXO

Dickens classic “A Christmas Carol” is at The Maxim Theatre!

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Jasmine Elnadeem

“Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens was and still one of favourite tales before the Christmas holidays.

Ebenezer Scrooge and his famous reference to Xmas “Bah, Humbug” always made laugh.

At the weekend, me and my boyfriend booked 2 tickets to attend the play at Stockholm’s Maxim Theatre.

The play was performed in English which is good for tourists or the expats who live in Sweden.

Adding to the mostly British cast, the play have around ten Swedish children – all of whom can sing, dance and act – and most importantly – do it while speaking English like a native.

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Jasmine Elnadeem

You can book your ticket from here: Blixten.se

The show was marvellous and I had much fun. So don’t be a Scrooge and miss your chance to participate in the best of Christmas traditions. Get your tickets before the final show on 23rd December.