Day two in Norway and the clouds cleared and gave way to blue sky and sunshine. We headed north on the E18, catching glimpses of Oslo-fjord as our hire car picked up its heels, making the most of the 110km/hr speed limit that this stretch of road allowed. We soon reached Oslo and we plunged […]Read More Hamar’s Glass Cathedral
Our first 24 hours in Norway, it rained (our first three days in Norway it rained). A constant drizzle with intermittent torrential downpours that ensured that shoes were soaked through and hands became clammy and cold. We had arrived at Oslo Torp and made our way to Tønsberg, the oldest town in Norway, were we […]Read More Tønsberg
Lyme Park, in all of its rugged beauty, captured my attention from the moment I set eyes on it. Course grassland and rocky crags hide interesting architecture from a time gone by, giving way to a house designed to impress and impose. Home to its 600 year old red deer herd, the park rises up from the […]Read More Upstairs
We walked for several hours in the rain yesterday from Strines to Glossop. Everything is soaked and my flat now looks like a laundry with things hanging everywhere to dry, but this sheep provided some entertainment en route!Read More Ping!
Keeping up with the blog has failed completely miserably. I think, now, that I’ll still write the rest of the Canada blog posts, but I’m going to do them in between other things. Today I want to share some photos with you, that I’m very pleased with. My cousin runs a business with birds of […]Read More Laugh, Kookaburra