Discovering Norway

Week Five/Six/Seven – Now, we live in Norway.

So this is a list of stuff we did here in Norway, in the time when we were not here, on our blog:

  1. We have moved to new apartment. We have a cupboard from Mexico, only one spoon and our doorbell plays stupid songs very loud.
  2. We both found jobs. Ziggi is working as a caretaker at Prinsen Camping and he is allowed to drive a really cool tractor whilst Maya is working as a waitress in the most fancy restaurant in the city and have free dinners from one of the best cooks in the world.
  3. We did 6 hours mountain trip in 2 days and using a base camp at altitude 980 meters.
  4. We paid way to much money to watch adult people dressed as priests and warriors, supported by the choir, shouting at each other for 1,5h in a language we don’t understand. And we enjoyed it.
  5. Someone broke our side mirror, but the next day Maya scratched somebody’s car at parking lot. Polish drivers 1:1 Norwegian drivers.
  6. Summer is here, so it’s 13*C, strong wind and rains everyday. Norwegians wear sandals and sunglasses.
  7. Our first boss, Marita opened her gallery/cafe at Bjorke, and it was awesome. Before visiting Bjorke you can visit her website:
  8. We had our first guests from Poland! Our high school friend Łukasz made it first to Alesund and we honored him with a rainy picnic. Our second guest was Maya’s mother – she brought 3 liters champagne. Sorry for stealing pots, plates and knives!
  9. We’ve met 20 years old Taiwan girl who is traveling across Europe all alone and became our ultimate hero by hitchhiking a helicopter. You can check her blog here:
  10. Maya went to Poland, drank some beers and next day she woke up holding 2m long snake in Oslo.

And here are some of our recent photos. Enjoy.


4 responses

  1. I’ve just found your blog! I’m from Ireland where it’s currently 15*C and I had shorts and sunglasses on today too…..and it rained! I look forward to following your adventures! Great photographs.

    July 8, 2011 at 17:58

  2. You don’t even know how much I love your pictures!
    Keep in touch, Domenik (Germany).

    July 8, 2011 at 19:58

  3. luczek

    nieźle….. fotki (jak zwykle już) dają radę….pełen szacun….. z tego co widzę zapomnieliście wspomnieć o wyprawie na Runde…..p.s. poznaję głównego bohatera z przedstawienia…. to koleś który pracuje jako taksiarz…. macie jakąś fotkę księdza? :].

    July 8, 2011 at 22:09

  4. Pawel

    cóś mało update’ów ostatnio 😛

    August 18, 2011 at 18:38

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