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Visiting Flåm

For this year's Easter holiday, I and my girlfriend Renate visited Flåm, Norway. Flåm is a small town located in a fjord in Hordaland county, just a few hours from our home city Bergen. Renate had her 35th birthday during Easter, so we wanted to do something to celebrate. And since it had been quite... Continue Reading →

I’m on Instagram!

I have been posting a lot of my pictures here since I started blogging a year ago, and since I don't have one here, Instagram is going to function as my gallery. There is also going to be some pictures that I post exclusively to Instagram, so don't miss out on those!   Check out... Continue Reading →

InterRail 2010 – Part 13: Nancy

After visiting Paris, I started heading south, toward Italy. I was going to take the train through Switzerland to get there, so I had to change trains in the French town of Nancy. I had some time to kill before my train departed, so I decided to have a look around. . A thing I saw that really caught... Continue Reading →

Pots & Pans & Portents

In 1991, just before I turned one year old, my favorite activity was to repeatedly empty the pots and pans cabinet out on the floor. I would have to crawl into the back of it to be able to reach all the pans, then drag them out on the floor. I am currently working as a chef, and this... Continue Reading →

InterRail 2010 – Part 9: Cardiff

After having seen Stonehenge, I took the train to Cardiff, the capital of Wales.   I had been wanting to travel to Cardiff for a few years, ever since I got into 'Doctor Who'. Cardiff had been the home and main filming location for the British science fiction program since it's return to television in the... Continue Reading →

InterRail 2010 – Part 8: Stonehenge

After arriving in England the first place I intended to visit was Salisbury in Wiltshire, to see the prehistoric monument located just outside the town.   Before taking the trip out to Stonehenge itself, I decided to take a look around Salisbury, and found their lovely cathedral.   Stonehenge was far enough away from Salisbury that there were shuttle... Continue Reading →

InterRail 2010 – Part 7: Traveling to England

After Amsterdam, I traveled up to Hoek van Holland, or The Hook of Holland as it is known in English. From there I took a ferry which is a part of the Dutchflyer rail-ferry service between Hook van Holland Haven station and Harwich International station in England. Then from Harwich I took the train to Liverpool Street station in central London.   I did... Continue Reading →

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