Tag Archive: Travels

Putting thoughts into practise

The last day of September brought the last day of summer warmth. I brought Maria up to the hill to celebrate her birthday. I had prepared a barbeque and a cake with candles… Continue reading

The world can wait

Today I am catching up. Catching up with sleep which there hasn’t been much of the last week. Catching up with friends and family that have been trying to reach me. Catching up… Continue reading

Roadtrip n’ pics

Last weekend me and a friend rented a convertible car and drove down the coast from Oslo to Kristiansand. A distance of 320 kilometers so we calculated about 3,5 hours of driving. But… Continue reading

7 min worth your time

This is an absolutely stunning video trip from Oslo to Ålesund and down to Bergen, through the fjords of Geiranger, Flåm, Voss and Jondal. Click here to watch! And here for my pics… Continue reading

Piloxing, Pilates, Parties and People

I just came back from Ashtanga yoga class, held by an Indian, quite attractive, young man. Relax your body and surrender to your breath, he repeated with a soothing and set voice. I… Continue reading

Power cut

Back in Oslo, in my own bed. The window is open and lets the cool night air into my room. I caught a bus early Monday morning from Rättvik and 9 long, bumpy… Continue reading

Yes Man!

Have you seen the movie “Yes Man” when Jim Carrey persistently says “Yes” to everything? Well, lately I’ve been saying Yes! I am invited to a party after work and I say yes.… Continue reading

Brother & sister weekend

My brother and his friend came to visit me last weekend. They were on a trip down to Copenhagen and Lübeck and decided to swing by Oslo. They came in Friday evening and… Continue reading

First impressions last

There’s a certain magic about arriving to a new city for the first time. The way your carefully screen the contours of the city, its buildings and shops, parks and monuments. How fast… Continue reading

The easy way in Norway

Back to Hudiksvall via Stockholm. A 10 hours train ride. That’s allright. I have a lot to think about anyway. I had a great, intense stay in Oslo. When I arrived the sun… Continue reading