With the first weekend of good weather, I took to the hills around Oslo on my mountain bike. I’m not very good at taking it easy.
The 17th of May is the biggest public holiday of the year in Norway. All the Norwegian go crazy! The girls wear striking little outfits called “bunad”.
Harriet and I saw the strange looking spire of “Vor Frelsers Kirke” in København so decided to take a closer look. It turned out you can walk to the top.
Harriet and I headed to Nyhaven, a small port area of København in Denmark with lots of awesome little restaurants and cafes.
I went for a beer with the lovely Fonda. I ended up drinking beer with 40% alcohol content. I’m going to file this in the “it seemed like a good idea at the time” basket! It tasted something like a cross between tequila and vodka. At no point did I sense a taste of beer
I had my first cross country skiing trip recently. Ingvild, Live, Irene and myself headed to a small hytta (cabin) near Oslo. The weather was great and despite my being a bit slow and having to run down the occasional hill due to my meagre skiing skills, I made it to the end! Big thanks […]