4 comments on “Global comparison – is Sweden too expensive?”

Global comparison – is Sweden too expensive?

I was a bit disappointed when I realised a ticket to the latest Hobbit movie cost near 25 USD in Sweden. Apparently it is a blockbuster and together with fancy 3D glasses there are no reasons not to milk out as much as possible. A “normal” movie on a rainy Monday morning is only around 18 USD. I had to go to Numbeo and compare a few worldwide cinema ticket prices to find out that tickets in Stockholm (Sweden) are among the highest in the world, being beaten by just a few other cities.

4 comments on “Kuala Lumpur – Home sweet home”

Kuala Lumpur – Home sweet home

I grew up on the Swedish countryside, in a small town, lots of nature, few people, one time a couple of big moose’s walked into our garden, I thought I would be a professional football player one day, remember I was scared of the forest keeper, in winter time we threw snowballs at his window, he didn’t deserve it, he was a nice old man. A typical peaceful Swedish childhood without any stress or worries. Norway never attacks, in the summers the water is sometimes too cold for swimming, complaining about low salaries because cannot afford taking the family to Greece while only having one house and two cars,

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How to get a job abroad

Eat monkey brain, travel, experience crazy cultures, have Instagram friends from all over the world, build up a splendid professional career and get cash at the same time? Yes, yes, sounds good. Linus is here to help how to start your international career. Short success story:

0 comments on “Travel in Malaysia – Langkawi”

Travel in Malaysia – Langkawi

Yes! 6 months in Malaysia today. Was an insane increase in blog traffic from the last fitness post which made me think about what people really would be interested to read about. If I am not wrong the gym post from Japan was gladly enjoyed among my hardcore followers from Sweden (yes, back in the days I did not explore the English language). Well, after hard work (out) people deserve some rest and a proper holiday. Malaysia is a multiethnic country and that means plenty of extra holidays for everyone.

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How to stay fit as an expat – drug free for over 1.5 years

Time to make a post about how to stay fit when being an expat maintaining your (six) pack 365 days a year no matter where you go. The post will be, and has to be, subjective but might guide some lost people around the stress of moving away from home and for my parents to know if I am okay. I just write a few bullet points if you are not interested in my life story below.

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Cayberjaya – the paradise of Malaysia

In the weekdays I go to work. Or more precisely – I travel to work. I have to travel because my office is not located in Kuala Lumpur as I first thought when it was told I would work in Kuala Lumpur. No, I work in Cyberjaya. That name reminds of some kind of place were the cyborgs from hell  came to rebuild their new home planet after slaying all human life on earth. Previously the name Cyberjaya was referred as Cyberjungle for the reason it was just jungle before the Malaysian government decided to build up a massive IT park over there, alike Electronic City and Hitech City in Bangalore respectively Hyderbad….

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Moved to Malaysia

My never ending Asia blog will probably never ever end and is now re-bouncing with my Malaysian story. Two weeks of vacation in Sweden turned out to be almost 5 weeks of wait for a joining date that got delayed, otherwise I would have been here 3 weeks back. Better than 3 months at least. Now I have finally moved to Malaysia and Kuala Lumpur where I will work for an unforeseen future.