Last Monday I was back to school, which is okay, but I don´t got as much spare time anymore. Therefore, my blogging is a bit reduced at the moment, but I have some cool posts that I am working on so stay tuned!
In Norway the leaves on the trees are already starting to become red, and yellow. The sun has more or less flew away, and the wind is super cold. Personally I like the autumn, but I cringe when I think about what comes after this beautiful season. Winter.
I took a walk here the other day, which I love, because it is a really small city, so you can almost walk wherever you want. There are so many things to see in Oslo, like, there are all these different people, restaurants, rivers, parks, and even the ocean. The city is devided in very unlike parts; there is one place where all the hipsters live, and goes for shopping because of the amazing shops you can find there (like vintage shops!). A bit further east there are many foreign people living, and there is a good quantity of small vegetable boutiques there, and many different clothing shops which have clothes from other cultures.
If you go down to the docks by the ocean, there is really high-end with expensive restaurants, but also many food trucks which is super cool. And the docks there are super fancy, and so beautiful. I would recommend to take an ice cream here from one of the food trucks, and enjoy it while watching the ocean, but keep an eye on the seagulls, because they are known of being crazy! (they once stole my ice cream).
Oslo can also offer a huge amount of different architecture, if you are interested in that. To be honest, there is a lot to see in Oslo of course that I have not mentioned here, but that is because I have written about the things that I appreciate about my city, and notices as I walk around.
Anyways, here are some pictures I took while roaming around in the city I love!
Okay, so me and some friends of mine rented a cottage in a valley surrounded by all these majestic mountains, and we quickly decided to climb one of them. So, we went a little of track, and hiked a mountain that there was no marked route on. Very exciting, but also a bit scary when you are afraid of heights.
Anyways, here are some of the photos I took, it looked even more beautiful in real life of course. I do not know the name on the mountain, but it is located in Norway, Hemsedal.
I was hiking and came over some beautiful flowers I would like to share with you. Flowers are maybe a bit boring, but they are still so amazing, and I really enjoy taking pictures of them, they always come out very great.
This weekend I took a trip to Rjukan (Ibiza I wish…) and it was so beautiful there! The weather was superb, and the surroundings were absolutely breathtaking. I have tons of images from this place, but I have chosen a few of them which is from when we took a cableway up to the mountains (I know lazy, right?).
If any of you are in the Rjukan area I highly recommend this cableway trip, there are also a lot of bicycle trails up there which is really popular. There is also a really good restaurant there where you have view over the whole ally, and the mountains. Super lovely! There is also a bungee jump nearby which I am planning on doing next time.
The best (and the worst) thing about Norway is our winters which contains a lot of snow, and really cold days. Even though it´s cold there is no excuse for staying inside, I know i did not. I enjoy the warm weather better than the cold winter months, but there is something about the winter beauty.
Here are some photographs that illustrates this beauty, what do you think? Do you live in a country with cold winters?