Day 3 I woke up to the sound of the pouring rain. First, I thought that I was just dreaming. Then I looked outside our balcony. Our towels and our swimming attires were soaked and the sky was grey. I thought that I'd never see the sun for the rest of the day and that... Continue Reading →
Wow. I have been living in Bergen for nine months now. Who would have thought that I am going to survive here? Did I become so Bergensk now that I become used to the rain? At first, I was really optimistic about the weather even though I know that it rains a lot here in Bergen.... Continue Reading →
In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Happy Place." Whenever I need to unwind or take a break from work, I always go out in nature. It's not only good for the mind and body but it's also free.
During my stay in Bergen, I got sick. I got a flu for around a week. Though it's not serious (or fatal.. Lol), it still was draining my energy. However, I was so eager to go out because of the nice weather and use the remaining of my vacation days into something fun. So I... Continue Reading →
This is my second trip to Dalsnuten. This time I wasn't alone. My friend Pearl's with me. Believe it or not she just got back from the Philippines! She said that she doesn't want to just sleep the whole day so she asked me to go hiking today. Luckily, we have a nice weather today.... Continue Reading →
It seems like the storm has already moved on to its next destination. I'm glad that it won't stay long here but I'm frustrated because my plan for this weekend got cancelled. Oh well, there is always a next time.
Last weekend we were at my friend's wedding and since the reception is a bit far from where I live, we've decided to rent a hotel room in Sandnes for one night. We could have also taken the cab home but the taxi fare would cost the same as the hotel room rate. Anyway, the... Continue Reading →
Bergen is the second largest city in Norway next to Oslo and is located in the west. Bergen is a very charming city because of its unique architecture, breathtaking views and lively people. It is also known as the rainiest city in Norway because of its geography. There are Seven mountains surrounding the city which... Continue Reading →