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Portrait of event co-ordinator Baqer Keshwani, sitting in a glassed-in porch with a view of water and nature.
Baqer Keshwani
Photo: Magnus Klang


Baqer Keshwani - The Event Coordinator

Baqer Keshwani works as an event manager in New York. He is excited to see if the Swedish nature lifestyle could help him wind down from his hectic everyday life.

What is the most stressful part of your job as an Event Coordinator? 

As an event coordinator, my personal time and working hours are always intertwined. It is my responsibility to be on standby 24/7, but sometimes I am so overwhelmed by work that I don’t have enough time for myself. 

How much experience do you have with spending time in nature? 

I have been living in big cities for many years, and due to the nature of my job, it is difficult for me to spend time in nature.

What do you know about Swedish nature? 

Although it’s cold, Sweden has four seasons in a year. I also know about the beautiful northern lights, but that’s about it. 

What are your expectations of the stay in Sweden’s nature? 

I am excited to experience the purity of the nature, and to escape from the heavy workload and noisy cities. It would be a great opportunity for me to find some inspiration from nature. 

Muhammed Baqer - The Event CoordinatorMuhammed Baqer

The 72 Hour Cabin

"This morning when I opened my eyes, the first thing I saw was the lake and the tall trees and I realised that I'm truly here and it's not a dream! I kept staring at it for a long period of time before finally dragging myself out of the comfy covers." - Baqer Keshwani, participant in The 72 Hour Cabin