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Another up-date, this time about the Ice-hockey match I went to with some friends. Ice-hockey is one of the most important and well known sports in Sweden. It's also one of the most roughest sports I've ever seen. In my opinion I can't really have a blog about my adventures in Sweden without mentioning such an important cultural event.
One of the first things that stood out to me the most was that it is very similar to the rugby matches I went to ...
I have learned quite a bit already, I'll share with you some of what I know by heart. It's kinda cheating if I just copy what I'm still learning. So here it goes.
Hej - Hello
Jag heter Daniëlle - My name is Daniëlle
Vad heter du? - What is your name
Jag kommer från nederländerna - I come from the Netherlands
Varifrån kommer du? - Where are you from?
Jag taler ...
... Bäckadal is the best place to stay at. It's in a nice and quiet neighbourhood and close to everything. It takes about 15 minutes to walk to school and 10 minutes to get to the nearest shops. The bus stop it only a 5 minute walk.
My personal favourite is the park that is less than 2 minutes away, you also need to cross that every time you go to school and the bus stop. During the day you have children playing at ...
... you have a break from work or class you can also go and have a fika. Which is why the university has an assortment of food and drinks to choose from as well.
The next part I learned, from one of the professors, he teaches intercultural communication. He gave a lecture on "surviving outside your comfort zone"
"Swedes (generally speaking) don't invite people to their homes, and they will politely decline if you invite them. If ...
... to bed really early, however I couldn't really get to sleep which left me awake until we left. Too much excitement would be my guess, but sleeping in a car has never bothered me before. Something Amanda and Stacie know all about from the long drives we would take in Australia. Anyhow, I went to sleep in the car in the Netherlands and when I woke again we where in Denmark. By then it was also time for another breakfast, the first was before we left and ...