One day, one world project, hosted by Northwest Frame of Mind
It’s raining, and instead of being outside, puzzling in the garden, my partner and I are talking about summer holidays. We will, as most years, go to Norway, where we have a small cabin on the tiny island, Runde, my partner grew up on.
We are discussing which route we want to take this year. Shall we sail with the ferry from Kiel to Oslo, whicht takes 19 hours and is difficult for the dog, or shall we go to Hirtshals in Denmark and take the fast-going ferry to Larvik? Alternatively we could take another ferry to Stavanger or Bergen or we could start our journey in Kristiansand/Norway which would mean driving 1.200 km to get to the island.
We haven’t come to a conclusion yet, but we agreed that we would not drive straight North to reach our place, but to take our time and explore areas we haven’t been to before. Most likely we will start the trip in the second half of July.
Just making plans made me feel like being on holidays already. and I have been in a happy mood since 1 pm on Saturday. Here are some photos my partner took on some of our former trips to Norway:
3 thoughts on “Saturday, 10th of May, 1 pm”
Oh, I love planning a trip, it is half the fun of going away 🙂 And I always want to use a different route if I am going to the same place so I can explore other regions. 1200 km is a long drive though!
Yes, the planning of a trip is half the fun, isn’t it? I love going off the main roads and exploring the areas one usually passes without noticing.
That’ll be a fantastic trip! Enjoy the planning too! Looks great!