When you say Norway, the first things that comes to your mind are Vikings, fjords and beautiful nature. So beautiful that you would climb the highest mountains just for the view. The price doesn’t matter, it’s the experience.
Before heading out to Stavanger, my only plan and desire was to hike Preikestolen.
It’s no secret that we haven’t traveled Norway as much as we would like to. Apart from short city brakes to Drøbak, Drammen or Tønsberg, we still haven’t seen the west coast, the North or the South. To be completely honest, it’s crazy expensive to travel anywhere in Norway. And with long and hard winters, we always prefer to travel somewhere warm. But….last year we did several short trips around Norway.
Buying and renovating a flat in Norway is a hustle. No bigger no less than anywhere else is, however the process might be a bit different then somewhere else.
The visit to Tønsberg was our last travel destination last year.
Traveling around Norway is quite expensive so crossing the list with desired places to visit is quite slow. Until opportunity shows to visit the bigger cities like Bergen, Stavanger od Trondheim we are moving around smaller places, ones easy to reach but still quite interesting. One of those places was Verdens end this summer.
We’re not much of a climbers or hikers but we do enjoy outdoor life, especially if it involves drinking or eating 🙂
So, the story behind a day trip to Rjukan, was actually a visit to the Norwegian Industrial Workers Museum (Norsk Industriarbeidermuseum) located in Vemork power station.
So, I have this list with the places I want to visit and things I would like to see.
People tend to change their eating habits and preferences throughout a lifetime. My changed when I met Debeli.