Tall Ships Races 2019

The Tall Ships Races is one of the biggest events in Europe every summer. The idea is to build good relationships between the different countries and cultures through sail training "tall" ships or sail boats. The participants should be at least 50 percent young people. This year, we are fortunate enough to have witnessed this... Continue Reading →

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Around the Corner

It's already December and it only means that Christmas is just around the corner. This weekend, hubby took out all our Christmas decors and we started to decorate our home. I'm very excited because this is the first time that I'm going to spend Christmas with my hubby and this will also my little one's... Continue Reading →

The Season

They're here again to invade our pavements, restaurants and city. No they're not on war. We are not on war with them. They walk in pairs, groups or solo. Cameras, especially the system ones are a common sight with them. Do not forget the maps and the translation devices too. Some of them know where... Continue Reading →

The Very First 17th of May

Yesterday was Norway's constitution day. My hubby and I were home in our new place since it's a holiday. Here in Norway, people pay respect to their holidays by not doing any kind of "noisy" work that will disturb the neighborhood and the solemnity of the celebration. Well, of course there are some who does... Continue Reading →

Bergen julemarked

Christmas feels is here! I'm so happy to have finally visited the Christmas Market in Bergen. It's very beautiful because of the lights, decors and the people who are having a good time at the market with their love ones. This Christmas market is not that big compared to other Christmas markets in other parts... Continue Reading →

London Trip 2017- part II

Chinatown One of the main highlights of my London trip is experiencing the Lunar New Year in Chinatown. This is special to me because it was my very first time to visit a Chinatown in Europe. My friend and I got there by foot from Primark store at Oxford Street on the western side. I... Continue Reading →

London Trip 2017- part I

London is one of my must-see cities. So on my birthday week, I went to London with my friend who also has the same birthday month (January) as I am. I flew directly to London with British Airways from Bergen. The airfare was not the cheapest (but has one of the cheapest fares) but I... Continue Reading →

A Walk in the Cemetery

In my opinion taking a walk in cemeteries is a good way to reflect about life. It is also a great way to learn about the history. When I was visiting my friend in Stavanger, we went out for a walk in the cemetery near her place. No she was not visiting someone that she... Continue Reading →

Letter T(ea)

Drinking tea is a part of my lifestyle and my diet. In fact, I drink at least a pot of tea everyday. My favorite tea is Sencha (green tea from Japan) followed by Genmaicha (green tea with roasted rice) and then Oolong tea¬† (from China). I love teas because of its health benefits and because... Continue Reading →

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