Albertine i politilægens venteværelse
When you want to imagine how Norway looked under the poverty in the second part of 19th century, you must check on this amazing Norwegian artist, and one of the leaders of Oslo artistic Bohemia, Christian Krohg. He’s most famous for fellow Norwegians, which is a pity, and that’s why I want to bring closer his persona.
Continue reading “Christian Krohg – the naturalistic painter.”
One thing is known about this beautiful country – it’s rough with its prices. Especially when you’re living as a student, on a really tight budget, counting every little coin twice. But how much exactly it’s for one month of living here?
Continue reading “Monthly living cost in Norway.”
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?
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Usually when you move into another country, you have those assumptions and stereotypes in your head, which don’t really come out to be exactly true after few months of living there. Here’s what I came to, after six months of residing in Hamar (as a student).
Continue reading “My opinion on Norway after 6 months.”
Yesterday was so beautiful, wintery, magical and after all really sunny, that I thought – why not go out and take some nice pictures. I don’t have any specific equipment, but I took some nice ones, just with my phone. It only proves one thing – you don’t need much to do much. So, enjoy my pictures from Hamar.
Continue reading “Sunny day in Hamar & finding mysterious stone.”
When it comes to my hobbies and passions, I’m always trying to find time for them, even if just for few minutes during the day (because I believe in slow progress – Rome wasn’t built in a day). And having such tool as working internet and laptop is sometimes all you need to explore and improve your interests. But unfortunately, when it comes to travelling, there’re many other tools you need in order to proceed. Continue reading “Why I don’t travel as much as I used to.”
A lot have happened in this year. I visited Dublin in Ireland with a friend, went on a solo trip to Bergen, got approved for the Erasmus program, went to Norway, and then Trondheim, Hamar, Oslo, Lillehammer…and met so many amazing people through out the whole year, especially abroad. I’m not making this post to show off – because my life isn’t perfect, however, I just wanted to highlight all the good stuff that has happened to me (okay, I also want to show some nice pictures, I must admit).
Continue reading “2017 was a good year.”