Our last day in Norway was one of the most beautiful in terms of the views and landscape. We parked the car in Os, which is very close to Bergen, and took a stroll past incredible houses; sat for awhile on a rock overlooking a fjord; walked on a rocky coast, wandered around the grounds of an extravagant inn; and then ate lunch at a casual pizza place on the water.
In addition to taking the cable car up to the top of Ulriken, we also did a short hike up a mountain near my family’s house. There used to be a petting zoo and cafe at the bottom, but unfortunately, it was shut down. Apparently someone bought the property and is planning to revamp it! I got some great pictures in the meantime though. Do you know what I mean when I say beautiful dilapidation? I always think of this computer wallpaper.
Back in Raleigh after a fantastic trip to Norway. I’m fully moved into my new apartment, which I’m psyched about, but I’ll miss:
Being able to read a newspaper outside at midnight
Being woken up by my adorable cousins every morning
Dinners where all six of us die laughing (so hard we spit out our water!)
Kronis ice creams
Boat rides on the fjord
Sushi and Chinese food..very
several days ago, we went to ulriken, which is one of the tallest mountains in bergen. there is a slightly scary cable car that takes passengers to the top, where there is a store and a fancy restaurant. we actually saw guests arriving for a wedding when we were there!
i’ve been trying to experiment with new nikon d3100 and i think i’m getting slightly better! it’s helpful to look over the settings that a particular picture was taken with to understand exactly how it makes the picture comes out.
happy 4th of july! may it be filled with fun, family, friends, and fireworks we won’t be doing much traditional celebrating, but there may be a boat in my near future!