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For Easter in Sweden it's tradition for small children to dress up as witches and knock on doors in the neighbourhood and collect candy, in exchange for drawings.

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So you are an expat coming from a country where Christmas is generally celebrated in the snow. Your kids are used to build snowman, igloos or go sledging or run on ice in deep, dark forests with tall fir trees covered with milky tops. You hate the cold but still there is something mystical and cosy

So you are an expat coming from a country where Christmas is generally celebrated in the snow. Your kids are used to build snowman, igloos or go sledging or run on ice in deep, dark forests with tall fir trees covered with milky tops. You hate the cold but still there is something mystical and cosy

Mate Cocido (or in Portuguese Chá Mate) is a traditional infusion that is mainly consumed in the Cono Sur area (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay). It can be consumed as hot or cold beverage and is made out of boiled yerba mate (Mate herbs). Unlike the traditional Mate that used the raw herbs, Mate

Mate Cocido (or in Portuguese Chá Mate) is a traditional infusion that is mainly consumed in the Cono Sur area (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay). It can be consumed as hot or cold beverage and is made out of boiled yerba mate (Mate herbs). Unlike the traditional Mate that used the raw herbs, Mate

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