Waving goodbye to Bergen I boarded the first train back to Oslo. Now, whether it was because I stayed up late chatting or the early morning wake up call to catch my seat, I fell asleep almost as soon as I sat down.
As I promised, I took a hike today. Four of us from the hostel and from the trek last night went up to the same place as before, but this time we carried on even further.
4am. Well, 4.17am to be precise, that was the time I woke up this morning.Continue reading “March To The Sea”
The distance between Oslo and Bergen is about 7 hours by train and really is one of the most beautiful lines to ride. Working out the logistics of my weekend, I thought the best idea would be to get an early train to western Norway and thus I could explore the small seaside town in the afternoon.
Left early this morning. Got out the hostel for about 9.30 and took two guys for a walk to the Opera House and showed them the Akershus Fortress I saw the other day. But then things got interesting.
People watching is the best thing you can do in life. No matter where you are in the world, watching the public is the most satisfying hobby going.
“Art is subjective”.
“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”.
“Modern art is weird”.
Only one of those quotes really describes my day and you have to guess which one.
…or I would’ve done if I didn’t come to Oslo.
Sweden really is a beautiful country. Having seen Elk in the zoo yesterday, I actually saw two wild moose on the train journey today.