My last day in Oslo started with a visit to the hostel’s rooftop terrace for a nice view over the city. It was going to be another beautiful, sunny (and hot!) day! I then walked around town a bit. I’d seen most of the things on the list my friend gave me, so I couldContinue reading “Spekemat, Aker Brygge and creepy(?) bears”
I love how clear all those man-made lines come out, contrasting with the beautiful blue sky.
Most of the building in the Norsk Folkemuseum were made of wood. I loved the intricate designs you could see on some of them. Most windows had the cutest hatches and I loved the reflection in the glass. I got inspired and ended up taking many photos of wood and windows.
The first and only bit of solid rain my friend and I had during our little three-day roadtrip in middle Norway, was in Ålesund. We walked up the top of this hill (over 400 steps!) and enjoyed this grey but beautiful view over the city! It started raining heavy drops when we were up there, but sinceContinue reading “First rain”
Norway is a perfect hiking country. There are many trails to choose from and in various levels of difficulty. I took this photo on a hike in the Kristiansund area. My friend and I hiked to the Bremsneshola, the largest cave in Norway. The hike over there was quite pleasant. Not too easy, not tooContinue reading “Hiking grounds”
Day two in Oslo and I was ready for more exploring! My friend had recommended me to visit Norsk Folkemuseum, to learn about the cultural history of Norway. So of course I had to go there. Spoiler: I loved it! The weather wasn’t as hot as the day before and it even rained a little.Continue reading “A cultural day in Oslo”
Stunning view over the Oslofjord as seen from Akershus Festning. I love the vastness, the colours, the clouds. I seem to be finding new details every time I look at this photo.
The winding and steep Trollstigen, Norway! How’s this for scale, when you consider how tiny the campers and cars on the road are? Impressive, isn’t it?