Celebrating the New Year’s Eve in Scandinavia is traditionally a blast of a feast. No wonder as it is the darkest and often the coldest time of the year and since ten thousand years back there was a good reason to celebrate the return of the sun – Winter Solstice festivals is a part of [...]
hi all. how can i contact with the fish mans in norvay? thank you...
Hey!! Im from Vancouver, Canada and want to live and work in Oslo...think i can score a job at the fish market??
Thanks for your informative post (I realise I'm replying 2 years later) - I'll be visiting Oslo next week, flying in from sunny Singapore, and I'm keen to see the 'daily catch' coming into shore. I have always wanted to visit and I hope it is not too cold, but pleasant. Really looking forward to visiting your lovely country with its fresh seafood!
No such thing as bad weather??? You should go to Lubbock (Texas) during a sandstorm! No clothing short of a diving suit could make that bearable -- and even then you'd have to see the sky and air around you be a dirty brown, everything not tied down would be blowing away... and you'd be wearing a diving suit! http://lubbockonline.com/gallery/dirtygallery/index.htm
These pictures are amazing for cell phone pic ! I love them. This is exactly how I picture Nordic countries... funny. Colors are nice too, a cool gradient of blue and red dominating and these little boats... I wanted to ask : right now, temperatures are very similar in Canada (well, -4C tomorrow... Show More Summary
Amazing facts - But there is more, which is unknown for most people: Saumon in Chile - Saumon prepared in Denmark. Know in Germany: Sea fishing. PS. U are going to MIlan on Wednesday. I'm Going to Miami on Thursday. Have a great time. RennyBA Thanks...Show More Summary
It's easy to see why The Angry Boy is so often photographed! It really does capture the mood :) I wish I could have one of your guided tours Renny, but sadly I think it's unlikely in the near future. Perhaps one day.
Sounded like good choices to show! I truly can verify that the Vigelandspark is absolutely wonderful! though I saw it in winter dress, it still was very high appreciated and quite an experience. I loved it. The Opera house were quite spectacular as I remember it well from your post. Really something to be proud over. Have a happy weekend you two - despite the weather :-)
you can be my guide of ever i find myself in norway! :P
Someday we'll make it your side of Norway. Until then, I'll just keep admiring your beautiful photos!
Such lovely weather, beautiful scenery, cool sculptures, wonderful host.... it would be lovely to tour Oslo and spend time with you and Diane. Looking forward to meeting you both in the near future. :)
Sounds like a fun visit!
nice photos and your friend is lucky to tour with you. i hope i can have an opportunity to visit different place like oslo :)
This is so interesting and yes, engaging in dialogue is the best way to know each other as well as to gain wisdom from others too :D
Hi, I write you from Greece the keyboard is awful, for the first time in my life I can t even read the street names it's all in greek letters ! I'll answer when I am back even Google is in greek letters and I can only guess were I have to click !
oslo must be a really beautiful city! i hope i can see the place someday and meet you also! =D
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