What a great time of year to have the opportunity to come back to my hometown, from the snow to the sunshine and palm trees! On top of that a chance to connect and network with some of my besties, old and new friends.
Yesterday I had my last day in Cairo before heading back to Stockholm and since the sun was shining, I decided to go for a last walk around the city.
My morning started with a breakfast at Pottery Cafe in Zamalek, then I went to have lunch with my family before I headed into town to take some photos of the sun. Vacay days flew so fast!!
When I got back it was time to pack my bags, have dinner with my friends, say goodbye and leave to the airport. So sad to say goodbye to those awesome friends.. But I will definitely see you soon!
From the flight I saw Stockholm coveredin snow like a winterland. So, another day with lots of snow and Cold! Ohhhhh I wish I could turn back in time and feel the sun on my face again.
Stockholm is that city which never stops, even in the middle of a snow storm. This year we have quite a cold winter.
Counting down to Christmas feels pretty anyway.
Now I will go to see my Swedish friends, and have some quality time with before the weekend finish.
Winter came early to town and I couldn’t resist to enjoy the white winterland during the week.
It was so peaceful walking out in the snow and quite magical, you will want to stop every 5 minutes and take photos!!
Snow doesn’t mean cold all the time according to swedish people. Actually many of them wait for the snow to cozy up and snuggle.
One factor to have in mind is the wind, when is windy then is extremely cold, but when is not windy (even if it is snowy) is not that bad!
These days the air is so fresh so I usually wake up full of energy. Though all I want to do is walk around in fluffy sweaters and jackets, have hot chocolate and coffee and sit down on some nice pillows and blankets.
I’m in great mood knowing that soon I’m going home where is the sun. It will really be nice to wake up with some sun and nice weather. Long time, I’ve missed it!