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 tired of all this preventive measures but better safe than … Continue reading A Beautiful Winter Day

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, horses and horse carriages were the main mode of transportation. … Continue reading What Matters Really

Lyngheisenteret

Lyngheisenteret or the Heathland Centre is a museum and an information centre about preserving the culture, traditions and lifestyle of coastal heathlands. According to their website this unique and beautiful landcape is dissappearing in a high rate not just here in Norway but also in Europe. The Heathland Centre is located at Lygra in Alver Kommune. From Bergen it is about an hour car ride. … Continue reading Lyngheisenteret

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 not care about the holidays and their neighborhood, so they … Continue reading The Very First 17th of May