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Back in Sweden


Autumn colours in a maple tree.

So I’ve been back in Sweden for about 2 weeks now. I would have thought it would feel a bit strange, but it feels just the way it did before I left for Japan. It’s kind of nice to have gotten rid of all the people, never ending train riding and all the noise. Tokyo can be a very tiring place.

Not very much has happened since I got back, but some things have. I don’t have access to my new apartment in Linköping yet, so I’ve been staying on the sofa of my friend Daniel for two weeks now. Very nice of him to put up with having me for such a long time. Nothing bad about his sofa, but I really want to get into my new place. Just a few more days now (I’ll get the keys on Wednesday).

Other than that I’ve been pretty busy catching up with the three weeks of work I missed in school when I couldn’t get a plane ticket back in time for the start of the semester. It’s not too much work, but there are some labs that take some time to complete.

Also this week I got my credits from Japan transferred. Yay! I got all of the courses I took in Japan transferred and they amounted up to 62.5 Swedish credits (60 credits is a year of studies), so I’m happy with that. It also means that I can continue to get student aid, which I really need since I spent all my money in Japan.

Finally I have another photo from an autumny Sweden. Apples. This week has seen great weather with temperatures of up to 17 degrees I believe. Last week was not so good, 10-12 degrees. It’s nice to not have to sweat so much when you go outside, Tokyo was so hot and humid in the summer. When I left, it was 29 degrees. Quite a difference.


Apples basking in the morning sun.

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