Tag: Norwegian nature

  • The Trip to Huldefossen

    The Trip to Huldefossen

    Again, I’m taking advantage of the sunny weather that we have here in the west. So whenever I’m on the mood for a hike or a short walk after my shift, I either skip dinner (eat only crackers) or finish my dinner really quick to explore new places around Førde. Today I drove to Mo […]

  • Move it! Move it!

    Move it! Move it!

    Last week’s a good opportunity for me to fully recuperate from the virus and recover from the two parking tickets that I got some weeks ago, because of day offs. Then I’ve decided to be active both indoors and outdoors. Indoors is climbing/bouldering and outdoors is hiking/walks near my place. Since, the weather’s good, I […]

  • My First Board

    My First Board

    So, this weekend I bougt a SUP board from Aqua Marine. Now I have my own and I don’t have an excuse to not join friends and/or family whenever they ask me. The SUP board was on sale at Jula when I bought it so it’s a good deal given that the board can’t only […]

  • Fred og ro (din båt)

    Fred og ro (din båt)

    Norsk versjon: Den beste måten å tilbringe alenetiden eller fritiden på uten at det blir kjedelig, er å prøve noe nytt! Denne uken har været vært fint. Jeg er så takknemlig for at jeg fikk muligheten for snart blir det travelt på meg og når høsten kommer så blir det sikkert en del dårlig vær […]

  • A Short Trip to Lindås Lock (Lindåsslusene)

    A Short Trip to Lindås Lock (Lindåsslusene)

    At first, I couldn’t understand the concept of a sea lock. I thought it’s just gates and that the purpose is to controll the boat traffic. 😛 Good thing someone explained it to me and thanks to Wikipedia I now know that a lock helps boats to pass and navigate a canal or a river […]

  • A Beautiful Winter Day

    A Beautiful Winter Day

    Because of the current pandemic situation (high number of Covid-19 cases, again!), I’m studying from home again. Lectures, meetings and the seminars are online again. However, there are exceptions to the strict measures which are simulations and practical exercise such as the CPR for instance. Those cannot be done on Zoom or Skype. I am […]

  • What Matters Really

    What Matters Really

    Two weeks ago, I went for a short trip (walk) at Den Trondhjemske postvei near my place. This nice place is actually the old road that connects Bergen and Trondheim. The old road was constructed in the late 1700’s as the demand for an effective way to send/deliver goods and mail increased. During that time, […]

  • My Autumn Musings

    It is that time of the year where everyday is gray and wet. The time that the mist takes over some of the early mornings. However, autumn is beautiful (because of its colours) just like the other seasons despite the fact that it is also depicted as something sad and is always a symbol of […]

  • A Short Trip To Rex Garden

    A Short Trip To Rex Garden

    Stress has taken a toll on me these past few months. Physically, I got migranes and low energy. Mentally, I got depressed because of the situation we are in. Despite the effort to exercise and eat healthy, I felt that nothing is working. Good thing I have friends who motivate me to take a break […]