Hi guys! This time something a little bit different, just a little note here. Today everyone around the world is celebrating the Earth Hour, an hour without any electricity. I courage you to take part in and turn off your lights at 8:30 pm at your local time. Let’s make a difference today. If you want to check also my post of ways to be more ecological, check this out: Ways you can be more ecological today..
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Tomorrow will be a normal post, so stay tuned. Hope you guys have a good weekend!
My wishes may be one day too late, but better late than sorry – I wish you all happy women’s day, or in Norwegian: gratulerer med dagen, kvinner. But how was it celebrated in Hamar?
Continue reading “Women’s Day in Hamar & life update.”
As a huge deal as it seems to be, Valentine’s Day nowadays is more about buying and consuming things, than it was ever before. It can be set along events such as Halloween or Women’s Day when it comes to popularity. But is it so in far North?
Continue reading “Valentine’s Day in Norway.”
There’s one thing certain about Norway and its citizens – they love their Christmas. All around Europe you can experience this festiveness, especially in Berlin or in Vienna. Cities are all dressed up, like ladies in red dresses for Christmas Eve. Streets are full of lights, which don’t come from shops but from all the sidewalk trees. Whereas in Norway it’s identical, there’s also a lot of Christmas-themed events, which has it’s own charm to it. Continue reading “Christmas market in Hamar.”
On 17th september there was really nice and family-friendly event in Hamar, Domkirkeodden, and here’s short photo reportage of it. There were horses, ladies with their coffee and cakes, playgrounds for kids, old houses opened for visiting and many other things. Enjoy!
Continue reading “Liv i stuer og tun – horse day in Hamar.”