Woot! Maerose here. This entry is probably very long overdue. 😛 I’d still give it a shot though. Carl and I were still dating, and most of our dates involved endless walks and tours and geocaching both in the woods and in the city. I remember the first time I told him about geocaching, sure, he … More NORWAY: Geocaching in Drammen in cold February
Located on top of the Bragernes hill in Drammen, the Open Air Museum (Friluftsmuseum) is a collection of 25 traditional Norwegian houses from all over the Buskerud region. It is part of the Drammen Museum for Art and Cultural History, County Museum and Gallery for the region of Buskerud (Drammens Museum for kunst og kulturhistorie, … More DRAMMENs Friluftsmuseum on a snow-white winter day!
Finally, I’m done with the third to the last chapter of my online Norwegian course. Learning the language online is quite a challenge, and while it is very exciting at the start, the enthusiasm slowly fades. And I’m left with only a minute motivation to finish it, because yes, it has gone boring. 😛 But … More Welcome to “the shittiest city” in Norway! 😉
Just when I thought it couldn’t get more romantic, Carl and I decided to take the zigzag path towards Spiraltoppen, dubbed as “the roof of Drammen”. We took a Friday cruise a couple of days before, and we were supposed to just be relaxing on the couch on Valentine’s, but the weather seemed permitting to … More A tour to the “roof of Drammen” on Valentine’s Day